North Carolina boy writes selfless letter asking Santa for help for his bullied sister
It was an early “Dear Santa” request — but the heartfelt plea couldn’t come soon enough.
In a touching letter gaining traction online, an 8-year-old North Carolina boy asks St. Nick for his help: His twin sister is being bullied at school, and all he wants for Christmas is for it to stop — and for her to get whatever she wants.
“Dear Santa ... I wanted a (remote control) car and helicopter, but I don’t want that anymor. Kid at school are still picking on Amber and its not fair,” the handwritten note reads. “I prayed that they will stop but god is bisy and needs your help.”
“Is it against the rules to give gift early?” he asks.
He goes on to say his sister’s birthday is coming up and he’d like for the stars of the Nickelodeon show, “Big Time Rush,” to drop by.
“If you can’t get them to come but just get her everything she ask for,” he writes, and then adds a “PS.”
“My mom throw the best B-day partys (you) can come if you want.”
Mom Karen Suffern, of Rocky Mount, shared her story on Facebook over the weekend, including with weight loss blogger Tony Posnanski. He was so moved by the letter that he, in turn, shared it with CNN’s iReport.
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