Ho, ho, ho, dear [First name],
Isn’t the festive season just the best time of the year? Oh, we sure do love it here at the North Pole. Of course, we work very hard all year round to make sure the good boys and girls all over the world get presents for Christmas. After all, the children work hard the whole year too. [Relative Name] told me all about your [Achievement]. Well done, my dear [Boy/Girl], you really do deserve a [Present] under the tree this year. But, you know, with all that hard work, it’s important to play too. I know that [Friends Name] and you always have fun playing and that makes me very happy indeed.
We’ve been having the most wonderful day filled with fun and games here too. The reindeer showed the elves all their new flying tricks. They even took some of the elves on little flights all over the North Pole. They flew up and down and in circles. The reindeer flew upside down with poor little Poppy, the elf. Boy, she got so dizzy, she had to sit down and sip cocoa for at least 20 minutes. Dizzy or not, Poppy said she hadn’t had this much fun in ages and asked the reindeer to take her on another trip! Prancer wanted to take Mrs Claus flying, but she said that she’d rather stick to making Christmas pudding. Mrs Claus doesn’t like flying one bit, but luckily, I love flying with the reindeer. And, of course, we’ll be making a stop in [HomeTown] soon.
My dear [First name], I must run now and see if all the reindeer and elves are back from their flying adventures. Mrs Claus has baked a pie, and I’m sure they’re all very hungry by now. Before I go, I also wanted to thank you for the beautiful letter. I can hardly believe you’re already [Age Range] old. You really are growing up so fast.
May you have the merriest of seasons, and may your days be filled with laughter and joy.