Notre Dame Lazowski Grade 2 Birthday letters to baby Jesus

Notre Dame Lazowski Grade 2 Birthday letters to baby Jesus

  • Dec. 23, 2015 7:00 a.m.

Notre Dame Lazowski Grade 2

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 Lazowski Gr. 2 class. Out of respect for student privacy, no last names will be printed.

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love, joy and peace. Love means Mom and Dad and me caring for each other. Joy means happiness and friends caring for you. Peace means respect the community and it also means alone time. I can show Jesus I love him by praying and going to the church. I wish Jesus a happy birthday!

Love Madden

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love. Love means to be nice to your Mom and Dad. Love means to be nice to my dog Cabella. I can show love by helping my auntie plant her flowers. Hope you have a fantastic birthday!

Love Lucas

Dear Baby Jesus,

I wish Jesus love. Love means to love others. I can show love by showing everybody love. I love Jesus by praying to him. Happy birthday Jesus, I wish you a good day.

Love Danika

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is peace. Peace means no more wars. Peace means no hurting people or brothers. I can show Jesus I love him by saying hello to my cats. I wish Jesus a happy birthday.

Love Madelyn

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love. I can show love by caring for my Nana and Papa. Caring for my Nana and Papa means to spend time with them. Hope you have a great birthday.

Love Jonathan

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love. Love means to be caring. Love means to pray. I can help my Mom and Dad make food. I wish Jesus a happy birthday.

Love Hailey

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is joy. It means to be kind to my friends. It means to love your family. I can pray to him to show him I love him. I wish Jesus a happy birthday.

Love Isaac

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is peace. Peace means having some alone time. Peace means spending time with my family. I can show Jesus I love him by helping my sister clean her room. Happy birthday Jesus!

Love Brianna

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love. Love means to be kind to everyone. I can show love by helping my Mom and Dad. I love Jesus by praying. I can say happy birthday to Jesus.

Love Princess

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is peace. Peace means moments of silence and no more wars. Peace means to be kind to your family. I can show Jesus I love him by praying. I help my Mom clean up. Happy birthday Jesus.

Love Shannon

Dear Baby Jesus,

Love is my Christmas present for Jesus. Love means to care for others. It also means to have peace and freedom. I can show Jesus I love by loving him and playing with Wyatt and Cali. Happy birthday Jesus.

Love Aiden

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is joy. Joy means be happy all day. Joy means joy every day of your life. I can show Jesus singing. Happy birthday Jesus.

Love Julia

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love. Love means caring about other people. Love means to help others, like your Mom and Dad. I can show Jesus I love him by feeding my dogs Harlo and Buster. I wish Jesus a happy birthday.

Love Jasson

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love. Love means to be kind to everyone. Love means to be kind and nice to your cats and dogs. I can show I love Jesus by following Jesus’ commandments. I love him by praying. Happy birthday!

Love McKenzie

Dear Baby Jesus,

For Jesus my Christmas wish is love. Love means to be nice to others. Love means to not say mean things. I can show Jesus love by not throwing garbage on the ground. Happy birthday Jesus.

Love Reily

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love. Love means that you are kind to others. I can show love by doing things for others. I can show Jesus I love him by making my bed and helping my brother Steven. Happy birthday Jesus!

Love Anna

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is love. Love means to be kind to others. Love means to help your Mom clean. I can show Jesus I love him by praying and singing to him. I can say happy birthday to him.

Love Kaitlyn

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is I would give peace to the world by letting my love shine. I could say or do nice things for people I like, I could say good morning. I could give joy too by sharing. Happy birthday. I hope you like your wish from me!

Love Callaya

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish for Jesus is peace. Peace means no wars. Peace means respect the land. We should have respect to others too. I hope Jesus has a wonderful birthday!

Love Conor

Dear Baby Jesus,

My Christmas wish is love. That means Jesus loves his family and I love my family too. I can put love in the world by respecting others. I hope Jesus likes my wish and has a happy birthday.

Love Evan

 

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