10-Year-Old Girl Learns Truth About Santa & Writes Angry Letter to Parents (PHOTO)

Cute girl at workplace in classroomThe next time you think about telling your child the truth about Christmas, be careful. It could be a devastating blow -- possibly with written consequences. Nicki Adams and her husband were very surprised when their 10-year-old daughter wrote an angry letter, after she asked them about Santa's true identity.


The Maryland mom couldn't help but post her daughter's colorful note on Facebook, which received a ton of laughs from many parents.

To say Belle wasn't happy with her folks is putting it lightly.

The time has finally come. Belle asked point blank about Santa and she's been asking every day. So we were truthful and...

Posted by Nicki Adams on Thursday, December 10, 2015

In case you can't read it, here's what the 10-year-old's letter says:

You have no idea what you just did. I really tried to believe. Everyone told me its your parents. I cant believe you anymore. Is the easter bunny real, how about the tooth fair huh? You just ruiend a 10 year old's childs life thanks.

Nothing will make me feel better u lied to me about something I loved that BROKE my heart.


Oh. My. Goodness!

That emoji hashtag ...

Now, before you get upset, just know Belle's parents had a few chuckles behind closed doors, and away from their 10-year-old. After all, it's not every day your child slides you a handwritten letter under the door. Nicki and her husband definitely had a discussion about the note, which probably included Belle's choice of words (and hashtag).

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I can't even imagine giving my mom a handwritten middle finger, haha. I wouldn't even be alive today.

Seeing as I didn't grow up thinking Santa was real -- and will likely do the same with my kids -- I can't imagine breaking the news to them. I've heard that some children cry, get upset, and don't think they can ever trust their parents again. Thankfully it looks like young Belle has gotten over her shock and looks forward to Christmas, now more than ever.

As a parent, I know we're supposed to be serious and not laugh ... but, certain parts of this letter made me chuckle.

Just being honest.


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