Letters to Santa with a Little Giving Opportunity


‘Tis the season and I think we’re all re-thinking some of the to-do’s on our holiday list thanks to the pandemic.
You better believe I will be baking up a storm in the kitchen while listening to Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” on repeat. No pandemic can take that away from me, but I think it’s safe to say that most of us are expecting the holidays to look a little different this year. 

Who is going to miss waiting in line to see Santa this year? Anyone? Not me. Nope.  

The lines, the crying kids terrified of meeting St. Nick for the first time, the overpriced picture, and the list goes on. This is one of the things I never really look forward to doing no matter how much I tried to talk myself into it.

With social distancing and safety precautions in place, visiting Santa this year may not be  feasible or even worth it. With that being said, we wanted to share a fun and simple alternative:

Write a Letter.

We have put together a Santa Letter template to make things easier. We all know the holidays can be extremely busy and are always happy to help out our East Valley Moms.

Put out some Christmas cookies and help your kids with a letter to Santa. Make it a fun photo opportunity and have the kids dress up in their Christmas pajamas and catch some candid pictures on your phone while the kids are working.  

Looking to get out of the house? Macy’s at San Tan Village has a beautiful, photo-op ready mailbox for kids to drop off their letters to Santa. Even better, there’s a giving opportunity as well. For every letter dropped in store, Macy’s will be donating $1 to Make-a-Wish Foundation.


Snap a pic and tag us on Instagram, we’d sure love to see them!


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