Mom Outraged at ‘Upsetting Letter From Santa’ Sent Home by Kindergarten About Christmas

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One mom has been left outraged by a recent letter from Santa detailing their Covid-19 regulations at the North Pole…

This comes after the “upsetting” letter was given to her child at kindergarten…

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And people aren’t at all impressed by what it said.

Now, christmas is a huge deal… especially for kids.

And it’s no lie that the last few years have put a strain on the festivities.

Whether that’s financial strain, or not getting to spend time with family…

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It’s been a difficult time.

However, as parents, we still try to keep the magic of Christmas alive for our kids.

But one mom has shared her outrage at a recent letter from santa that her child recieved from kindergarten…

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And parents are shocked…

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But not everyone agrees that there was anything wrong with the letter. In face, some parents praised it.

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The note from ‘Santa’ was shared by a mom to Mumsnet

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She started off the post, writing: “My [dear children] came home from nursery with this. [Would I be unreasonable] not to read it to them? Just why?!”

She added in another comment: “Agree it was well-intentioned and they are usually great! But this has massively missed the mark I feel and made me feel quite sad.”

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She then shared a photo of the letter, it said: “It has been very busy here at the North Pole, during this year 2021 we are still in the worldwide pandemic.

“The elves have been washing their hands and wearing their masks and working around the clock to make sure the toys are ready to deliver to all the good boys and girls.

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“Rudolph and his fellow reindeer are having regular Covid-19 tests and getting ready for the long journey ahead, and I’m sitting by the fireplace writing this letter and enjoying a lovely mince pie.

“I am writing to let you know that you have been very good at washing your hands and keeping the germs away, you have also been well behaved this year and have made it onto my good child list.

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“I am very proud of you, and as you have been so amazing, I’d like to get you something extra-special for Christmas this year.

The message concluded: “I’ll be visiting your home very soon, keep up the good work. Merry Christmas, from Santa Claus.”

What do you make of the letter?