Two Christmas Printables
A couple of years ago I started looking for a letter to Santa template that I could print and fill out with my little guys. I searched high and wide and finally landed on a few that I liked but nothing that focused on “things that we did that were good” as well as mentioned something “naughty” (I wanted this listed just for laughs) and still mentioned Jesus and our wish list items. I wanted the template to be something personalized and allowed my boys to stretch their little imaginations (what would you leave Santa on Christmas? What is your favorite reindeer?). Last year I created my own printable and allowed Will to fill it out and it acted like a great conversation starter for my suddenly-shy kiddos when he saw the big guy
I shared that we did write Santa a letter and so many folks emailed me to ask for this as a printable for their little ones. Well, this year I created one just for you!
The date is in the spot of the “B” so that you can know what year it corresponds to and my kids love filling their own out. I am sure your kids will too.
You can click and save the photo above to your computer or you can click this link below for the pdf.
Secondly – every year I try to get a certain number of photos for our family yearbook. It is really helpful to me to have my list (plus it acts as a to-do list for my kids so that when we are bored, we just mark another thing off the list!) and it is simple enough to give you an extra boost into the Christmas spirit.
I know that many of you have already done most of these items in your preparation….but you can always recreate your photos so that you can pop those photos in your own frames or photo albums.
Here is the pdf for that list:
Lastly – we are working really hard on making sure that we are ready for some really long-awaited reveals! I can not wait to share them with you! But first things first – let’s get these suckers printed and those presents wrapped and those toys donated and sing, dance and spend that quality Christmas time with loved ones! Merry everything y’all!