My Jewish son wrote a letter to Santa and gave it to his Christian uncle. You know, because all Christians know each other.

First of all, let me just say how sweet it is that my son wrote the letter. He wouldn’t actually let me read it, but I do know that he included our address just in case Santa doesn’t know the addresses of all the Jewish boys and girls out there. If he’s  this into Christmas, I should totally buy him an The Elf on the Shelf to keep him in line before Christmas.

The Elf on the shelf Etsy STalkers

The Elf On The Shelf

Or I should retell my kids the story of Halvin Alvin The Jewish Elf which I made up back in 2011 to try and get them to behave during Hanuukkah :) So now this Jewish girl needs help. Does Santa write back? Is this what he does? I looked on Etsy and found some really cute options:

Personalized Letter From Santa Custom Santa Letter | DigiPrinz | Etsy Blog

Personalized Letter From Santa Custom Santa Letter | DigiPrinz

Santa Letter Envelope Personalized | Stars and Hearts | Etsy Blog

Santa Letter Envelope Personalized | Stars and Hearts

How long does it take for mail to get to The North Pole and back? Is there an overnight express? So many questions. While I’m mulling them over, don’t forget to check out Etsy Stalkers’ Holiday Gift Guide!

Etsy Stalkers Holiday Gift Guide

 

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