Notre Dame Blackburn Grade 1 Birthday letters to baby Jesus

Notre Dame Blackburn Grade 1 Birthday letters to baby Jesus

  • Dec. 23, 2015 1:00 p.m.

Notre Dame Blackburn Grade 1

Editor’s note: To celebrate the Christmas season the Leduc/Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer invited several local school classes to write birthday letters to Baby Jesus. This is the Notre Dame Blackburn Gr. 1 class. Out of respect for student privacy, no last names will be printed.

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is peace because he is in heaven.

by Brooklyn

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is life because he is in heaven.

by Linden

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is love because he is our king.

by Olivia

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is joy because he is our king.

by Jolene

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is a stocking because he is nice.

by Riley

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is for lots of clothes because he has not very much clothes.

by Avery

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is I hope Jesus gets lots of pants so he can wear them.

by Zachary

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is peace because he takes care of us.

by Shanaya

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is a bike because he loves us.

by Tyson

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is love because he is the king and I love him.

by Mary

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is a cat because he wanted it.

by John

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is peace for the whole earth because everybody to be safe.

by Jenny

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is sheep because it makes him happy.

by Hudson

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is peace.

by Kane

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is different shoes.

by Rain

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is peace because I love him.

by Chris

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is peace because he is our king.

by Koen

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is friendship because because he is nice.

by Krystal

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is money because he can buy stuff.

by Lucas

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is nature because it is good for him.

by Maclyn

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is gold because it is special.

by Riley

Dear Baby Jesus,

My birthday wish for Jesus is to have love and joy because I love God.

by Victoria

 

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