Letters to Santa can take all shapes and forms. Nowadays, they can be emailed, sent in a text message or snail mailed. But when youï¿½re two or three years old, itï¿½s good to have mom or dad help with your letter to Santa. Thatï¿½s what parents did for their children who attend the Early Head Start program in Tucumcari. Hereï¿½s what the toddlers told Santa: Paul Anthony Urquizu, 2: Iï¿½ve been a very good boy this year. And Iï¿½ve been a wonderful big brother to my sister, Elizabeth. Under the tree, Iï¿½d like a Thomas train set and a couple of puzzles I can take apart. Taylor Rick, 2: Iï¿½ve been a super good boy and would like some toys from the Disney movie, ï¿½Cars.ï¿½ Andres Jimenez, 3: Iï¿½ve been a good boy. I want toys and fruit for Christmas. A Handy Manny toy. I want Santa to bring my dad a new baseball bat. I want Santa to bring my brother strawberries and apples and Spiderman. Jaylen Baldwin, 2: I want lots of toys and candy for Christmas. John A. Chavez, 3: I would like a bike. I would also like a party with balloons, party hats and ice cream and a few more games. Isaiah Kemp, 2: I would like some new toys and a new car to ride in.
Getting Santa's attention ...
Published: Saturday, December 22nd, 2007
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