Christmas Letter To Santa Asks To End Bullying!
When a mom named Karen Suffern asked her twin children to start writing their Christmas letters to Santa early, she had no idea what a sweet and inspiring letter she would read from her son.
Suffern's son, Ryan, started his letter by naming the things he would have normally asked for on Christmas.
But this letter wasn't the typical letter to Santa. Instead of a gift to himself, Ryan asked for a gift for his twin sister, Amber, who was being bullied at school.
"Kid at school are still picking on Amber and its not fair because she doesn't do anything to them and it makes me mad," he wrote in the letter.
Suffern had no idea that her daughter was experiencing issues with bullying. She was inspired by her son's plea to end his sister's bullying.
"Is it against the rules to give gift early?," Ryan went on in his letter. "Can you ask Big Time Rush to come to Amber's B-day party it will make her so happy."
Even if that doesn't happen, we hope that Ryan's early Christmas wish can help raise awareness about the horrible bullying that takes place in schools, and make Amber's life better.
"PS my mom throw the best B-day parts your can come if you want," Ryan finished at the end of the letter.