|Lapland Mailroom Letters|
Now Chunk is fast-approaching three years old, he has a pretty good understanding of everything. As soon as Halloween was over the shops and adverts became Christmassy (it really shouldn’t happen until after my birthday in mid-November in my opinion!).
We have been talking about Santa and I’ve explained who this man is and what he does which was a first for me and I really enjoyed it. Just yesterday we were snuggled up on the sofa under a blanket watching Polar Express and for the first time in many years I got the Christmas tummy flutter!
Another thing I have been explaining is the letter to Santa of all the things you wish to get on Christmas Day. Whilst Chunk cannot write one yet, he can listen to a letter from Santa.
Lapland Mailroom offer some really sweet letter and activity packages and we were lucky enough to try one out. You can choose from various letter templates and personalise them for each of your children, and ours came with some colouring activities and a Christmas card Chunk can decorate and give to someone.
|Our Activity Pack|
The letter comes in an envelope with ‘Santa’ markings on it to look official and is addressed to the child, and there’s even a really sweet little certificate that I can put on Chunk’s wall which says he’s on the 2014 ‘Nice Child List’.
I’m definitely going to keep up the Santa letter each year and as soon as he learns to write we will spend time writing to Santa and also making handmade Christmas cards for the family!
Have your children written to Santa this year yet?
I was sent this Santa letter and activity pack by Lapland Mailroom to review. No payment was received and all opinions are honest and my own.