St. Benedict Schneider Grade 1 letters to Jesus

St. Benedict Schneider Grade 1 letters to Jesus for Pipestone Flyer

  • Dec. 30, 2015 10:00 a.m.

St. Benedict Schneider Gr 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 St. Benedict Schneider Gr. 1 class. Out of respect for student privacy, no last names will be printed.

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are our star. You are our friend. My favourite part of Christmas is you.

Love Adam

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are our friend. I love you the most. You are so special. You are our star.

Love Brielle

Dear Baby Jesus,

Thank you for being our savior.

Love Sabrina

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are our friend. You are our starlight.

Love Taiven

Dear Baby Jesus,

I love you the most. You are so special.

Love Allison

Dear Baby Jesus,

Thank you for making me. You are the light of our path.

Love Margaret

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are so special. You are our star shining forever and ever.

Love Lexi

Dear Baby Jesus,

Thank you for making me and the world. You are so special. Thank you for being our savior.

Love Yuki

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are so special and thank you for being our savior!

Love Matthew

Dear Baby Jesus,

I love you the most. Thank you for making me and the world.

Love McKenna

Dear Baby Jesus,

I love you.

Love Sophia

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are our friend. I love you the most.

Love Vincent

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are our star. I love you.

Love Presley

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are our star. You are the light on our path.

Love Korrigan

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are so special. You are the light of our path. Thank you for being our savior. I love that you are born on Christmas.

Love Annabelle

Dear Baby Jesus,

Thank you for being our savior. You are so special.

Love Stephanie

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are our best friend.

Love Jackson

Dear Baby Jesus,

I love you the most. Thank you for being our savior. Thank you for making me and the world.

Love Kade

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are in my heart. You are special to me.

Love Jaylin

Dear Baby Jesus,

You are our star. Thank you for houses.

Love Cameryn

 

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