Candace Cameron Bure Finds Hilarious Note Her Daughter Sent Santa as a Young Girl

by Chase Thomas

Every kid writes a note to Santa at some point during their childhood. It’s part of being a kid. You write a note to Santa to apologize for any wrongdoings for the year and plead with jolly St. Nick to overlook all of that to bring you all sorts of toys to ensure you have the best Christmas possible. It’s a tradition unlike any other. However, Candace Cameron Bure’s child was no different when she was growing up. Yes, the Hallmark channel star Candace Cameron Bure found a hilarious note her daughter wrote for Santa as a young girl.

Cameron Bure shared the note on Instagram and wrote for the caption, “Dec. 24, 2006 by @natashabure
Dear Santa, are you a Christian? Just wondering. Well, I know I’m bad so if you don’t give me presents it’s OK!!! Tell the rainderrs HI and famouse of all Roodof. Love: Natasha Bure Turn to back: I U! Ho ho ho!!! Natasha, Lev, Maksim, Mommy, Papa all love you Santa Claws!!! I Presents At least she was honest.”

Fans loved the hilarious note that Candace Cameron Bure put up and her daughter was a good sport about it in the comments. After all, she was just wondering.

One fan wrote in the comments, “Honestly, A+ for the confession and repentance.” Another fan wrote, “How ADORABLE this is Candace!! How old was she when she wrote this?? “Out of the mouths of babes”….right? Lol “.

Candace Cameron Bure And Hallmark

One of the coolest aspects about Candace Cameron Bure’s career to this point has been her transition from the small screen in Full House to movies on Hallmark. She has starred in both roles, but they are very different. Now, some folks know her from her child acting days and some know her from her adult roles.

She told the Washington Post, “Oh, I absolutely love it. I’ve had a long-standing relationship with Hallmark Channel for 12 years. Being intentional with my career and my choices, their branding has always lined up with what I want to represent and with the type of programming that I do, which is all family-friendly entertainment. And so I love that.”

She has a lot of freedom with her choices and picks things she likes and she likes working with Hallmark.

She continued, “I have fans who are 6 years old who recognize me as D.J. Tanner, whether it’s from the original show or the new show on Netflix. And then I have 60-year-old fans that love me on Hallmark Channel. I couldn’t be more thrilled. I love being associated with Christmas — it’s my favorite holiday of the year.”

You can watch Fuller House on Netflix.