Dear Santa


Dear Santa,

Hi! It’s Ollie! I was a little too shy to talk to you when I saw you a couple of weeks ago, so I thought I’d write you a letter. I’m a big two year old now you know! I’ve been a good boy this year. Well, as good as I can be. It’s hard to be a toddler sometimes. Sometimes I don’t listen very well and sometimes I get a little upset when I don’t get my way. I’m still learning and growing though and every day is a new day to try again!

My mommy says I’m doing really well at feeding myself with a fork and a spoon. She says I also am good at my colors and my alphabet and numbers. I am also a good helper; I love to help give my kitties treats and food. I also try to help put away laundry and clean dishes. The one time it snowed I helped daddy shovel. I wish it would snow again.

When you come to my house on Christmas Eve you’ll see I have a big, BIG tree with lots of lights. I want to touch the lights, but mommy tells me they’re for looking, not touching. I hope there is still room for you to leave presents under the tree, there are already a lot of wrapped presents under there! I keep asking mommy and daddy to open them, but they say we have to wait until Christmas morning. It’s a little confusing, I just had a birthday and I got to open presents then. Why can’t I open presents every day? Oh well, I will just keep working on that patience word I guess.

When I visited with you in person you asked me what I wanted for Christmas and I said a red truck. I hope you didn’t forget, because I haven’t. When everyone asks me what I want Santa to bring, I say “Red truck.” I think you should bring mommy coffee, she says every morning “I need more coffee or I didn’t have enough coffee for this,” so she must need a bunch of it. I think you should bring daddy another set of keys. I want to play with his keys but he says it’s his only set and he says he needs them, so if you bring another set, then I can play with his all I want! And I think Taylor and Pippin want food. Every night they meow really loud and mama says it’s because they’re hungry. So they need more food.

I can’t wait for you to come to my house. If I see you I will give you high fives again! Tell Rudolph I say hello, his song is my favorite.


7 thoughts on “Dear Santa

  1. This is adorable! Oh Ollie you are such a sweetheart! I hope that you have a wonderful Christmas! I’m so glad that you got to come over to Auntie Gina & Uncle Steve’s house to see Tucker and for us to exchange presents! Merry Christmas to you, dad and Mom! Love always, Auntie Gina & Uncle Steve

  2. Ollie, you can have our snow! We’ve had about a foot in the last week, and my daddy says he’s tired of shoveling. My mama says if I put on all my winter stuff, we can go play outside in it this afternoon, but I can’t move my arms once I get all of that on. It doesn’t matter, I’m pretty sure mama’s going to realize she forgot to go to work soon. Also, her coffee smells different than usual, maybe it’s different beans? She called it Irish Coffee. My mama seems to really like it because now she’s giggling as she drinks it. Maybe Santa should bring some for you mama?
    I hope you get some snow and they let you open the presents soon. Merry Christmas!

  3. This was the cutest Ollie! I hope you got your red truck! I LOL’ed about the “coffee” part, that comes out of my mouth a lot too. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas with your mommy and daddy!

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