St. Benedict Rubis Grade 2 letters to Baby Jesus

St. Benedict Rubis Grade 2 letters to Baby Jesus for Pipestone Flyer

  • Dec. 23, 2015 4:00 p.m.

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

Dear Baby Jesus,

I helped put up the tree and decorate the tree. I am going to have a good time.

Love Addion

Dear Baby Jesus,

At 8 a.m. we prayed and had a lot of fun. We opened presents. I love my family and played in the snow. It was fun and I got snowman pop. It was yummy!

Love Edgar

Dear Baby Jesus,

My grandma came to my house. It was Jesus birthday. I spend time with my family. We had a special breakfast. We opened presents. It was fun!

Love Jaxon

Dear Baby Jesus,

My favourite memory was setting up the Christmas tree. With decorations and wrapping presents under the Christmas tree I had fun on Christmas day because I got to unwrap presents.

Love Rylan

Dear Baby Jesus,

Me and my Mom and Dad and Tanner went to the lighting of the Christmas tree on Christmas day and we played in the snow and had fun.

Love Tessa

Dear Baby Jesus,

My favourite Christmas memory is when I set the Christmas tree. It was fun. My brother helped too. Mom moved some decorations around. Once the Christmas tree was set up we were excited.

Love Noah

Dear Baby Jesus,

I love you and God every day. You sleep in a manger. You are like God but you are God. You make miracles for children. Angels are good and kind to everyone. The Golden Rule is to love for good.

Love Izabella

Dear Baby Jesus,

My favourite memory of Christmas is I got a scooter. I enjoyed eating with my family.

Love Preston

Dear Baby Jesus,

My favourite Christmas memory is on Christmas night I woke up early because I was going to Fort McMurray and it was so much fun. I got a secret Santa nice and I got a big turkey.

Love Vimbanashe

Dear Baby Jesus,

I loved watching my cat play in the paper. And hanging out with my Mom. And eating the good food. And singing about Jesus. And God. And seeing my cousins. And seeing my Dad. And seeing my Mom. And seeing my whole family.

Love Annaka

Dear Baby Jesus,

I like opening presents with my family on Christmas day. My favourite thing to do is going sledding with my sister. I love Christmas.

Love Sergio

Dear Baby Jesus,

Once there was a girl named Aeryn. She was opening presents and that was her favourite thing about Christmas. She goes to St. Benedict Catholic School. Her favourite memory is when you were born.

Love Aeryn

Dear Baby Jesus,

My favourite Christmas memory is having chocolate for dinner. My favourite toys were Minecraft figures and stuffies. I love Christmas! Especially when my Nana comes over.

Love Isla

Dear Baby Jesus,

On Christmas day I came downstairs and I saw the presents. I ran upstairs, then I told my Mom and Dad that there is presents, hurry, hurry! Come down stairs and opened the presents. We ate waffles and then we made a gingerbread house. I played with my new toys.

Love Matthew

Dear Baby Jesus,

My favourite memory on Christmas day, we woke up in the morning and we had a special breakfast and after dinner we opened presents and then we had supper. We played Christmas carols and I had fun!

Love Brenden

Dear Baby Jesus,

My favourite Christmas memory is spending time with my family and playing with my toys.

Love Caleb

Dear Baby Jesus,

My favourite Christmas thing to do with my family is decorate the tree and make gingerbread girls and boys and a house and go sledding.

Love Jareen

Dear Baby Jesus,

I would like to share my feelings with you. I am having a great year, some good, some bad but the reason I am writing to you is to wish you a happy birthday to Jesus, my hero.

Love Rowan

Dear Baby Jesus,

This is a memory about Christmas. When I woke up I waited for my family. When they came we looked at Santa’s plate. He ate the cookies and then we opened our presents. They were very cool and then we looked in our stocking. We had very cool stuff so we had a good day.

Love Kaden

Dear Baby Jesus,

I spend quality time with my family, opening gifts to having stockings.

Love Nevaeh

Dear Baby Jesus,

One Christmas morning Jesus was so excited for his birthday to go downstairs to pray for everybody in the world and God.

Love Kaleb

Dear Baby Jesus,

I am excited that your birthday is coming soon. I love you precious Jesus!

Love Abe

Dear Baby Jesus,

One Christmas day I woke up at 5:30 a.m. then I got to pick out something from my stocking. And then I tried to run up the stairs and I somersaulted and I started bleeding and then we sit around the fire and open presents!

Love Laston

 

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