The US Postal Service has reversed its decision that would have kept children's letters to Santa from reaching him at the North Pole.
"We never wanted to spoil people's Christmas," said agency spokesman Ernie Swanson. "It was just a decision we had to make based on privacy concerns, and it is labor-intensive. But it's still nice that we're able to resume this and still make people's holiday."
Now, kids can again write letters addressed to Santa Clause, North Pole, and they will be delivered to the small town of North Pole, Alaska. Santa's helpers will send a response.