In the UK, he is Father Christmas, the US seem to prefer Santa, while in Poland he is Swiety Mikolaj but wherever you are in the world, children always want to send him their Christmas lists! My eldest daughter considers her list very carefully and this is the list from last year ....
Some of it is barely legible and some of it is cheeky and I have a friend who has spent the last 12 months trying to find a gold reindeer for her! (you watch, it won't be on this years list!)
I love the innocence of the Christmas list and how when my daughter was talking about some toys she had seen advertised, I happened to comment that they were very expensive. She simply turned and looked at me with a little confusion and said "but mummy, Father Christmas will just get the elves to make it" ....... I forgot that part clearly!
Writing a list is part of the magic of Christmas for our children and having bought stationary in the past, I was delighted to find these FREE Letter to Santa downloads from Vertbaudet. There are three different options but I particularly like the Pile of Presents download that the girls can colour in too!
I am a huge fan of Vertbaudet, with parcels arriving regularly (shhhh, just don't tell the man on the pad) and not having to spend money on Christmas stationary this year means there is more money to spend on clothes and gifts!
That works for me!