A little girl is hoping to get on Santa's nice list this year by apologising for saying "bad things" in a letter to him.
Then after her sweet sorry, the six-year-old took it upon herself to ask for a few things from Father Christmas.
Not only did she want some money, the youngster asked the big man himself for a number of specific gadgets.
The girl's sister found the adorable letter to Father Christmas and couldn't help but share it on Twitter.
She said: "My six-year-old sister's letter to Santa."
The child was precise, asking for a yellow Nintendo, a purple bike, as well as two £74 gift cards for a PlayStation Four and Roblox.
She wrote: "Dear Santa for Christmas I want a yellow Nintendo and a stuffed animal lizard from Eisa and I want a big surprise egg.
"And a purple bike and a gift card, PS4, $50 (around £35), and a Roblox gift card ($50) and a new backpack.
"I am very sorry for saying bad things. Love you."
The girl finished her letter with a drawing of Santa on his sleigh, as well as a few bear stickers to really sweeten up the big guy.
When it was shared on social media, many people laughed at her hopeful letter, with one writing: "The bear stickers are so adorable."
Another Twitter user added: "She's really gullible, my brother on the other hand is suspicious."
A third asked: "Kids still do this? My seven-year-old niece gave me a presentation on why she thinks Santa isn't real.
"Your sister is a real one."
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