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5 times Santa gave us the feels (and all the tears)

Santa has really stepped up his game this year!

5 times Santa gave us the feels (and all the tears)

Santa being awesome

When he used sign language

A little girl had a difficult time articulating what she’d like for Christmas. Without missing a beat, Santa signed with her.
 
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5 times Santa gave us the feels (and all the tears)Photo: YouTube

When he staged a siesta to not disturb nap time

After a long wait in line, this little guy fell asleep. Rather than wake him for the photo, Santa suggested this adorbs sleeping pose.

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5 times Santa gave us the feels (and all the tears)Photo: Donnie’s Daddy Daycare/Facebook

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When he gave the best gift to a grieving family

When a grieving father approached Santa to snap a shot with this photo of his son who had passed away last Christmas, he placed the frame on his knee and stared with love at the image of the sweet babe. The father explained it was a gift for his wife. Taking it one step further, Santa waived the fee.
 
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5 times Santa gave us the feels (and all the tears)Photo: Caleb Ryan Sigmon via Facebook

When he brightened a little girl's day

The Santa at Burlington Mall in Ontario boosted the confidence of one little girl who had just transitioned from a wheelchair to a walker. Jordan was excited to use her walker because it made her feel free. Santa noticed her in the busy mall, got up from his chair, walked over to the side of his cottage and told her he saw her coming and was so impressed with how well she was walking. He leaned over, gave her a hug and told her he was so proud of her. Sniff, sniff.
 
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5 times Santa gave us the feels (and all the tears)Photo: Mr. Burlington via Facebook

When he encouraged a little boy to be himself

After dishing his Christmas wishes, this normally reserved little boy ran back to Santa to tell him he had autism. Santa scopped him back up on his lap, rubbed his hands and chatted with him for five minutes. Santa asked the boy if having autism bothers him, he admitted that sometimes it did. Santa told him it should never bother him to be himself. 
 
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5 times Santa gave us the feels (and all the tears)Photo: Naomi Johnson via Facebook
This article was originally published on Dec 15, 2015

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