8-Year-Old Boy Asks Santa To Bring Big Time Rush For His Bullied Sister

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8-year-old Ryan Suffern touched a lot of people when an early letter he sent to Santa was posted online and went viral. Ryan's mother posted a picture of her son's adorable note to Santa Claus on her Facebook page and it seemed to leave everyone who saw it with a smile on their face and a tear in their eye. In it, the young boy asks for help for his bullied twin sister, Amber. Just when you thought things couldn't get any more adorable than Big Time Rush star Carlos Pena asking his girlfriend to marry him!...

8-year-old Ryan Suffern touched a lot of people when an early letter he sent to Santa was posted online and went viral.

Ryan's mother posted a picture of her son's adorable note to Santa Claus on her Facebook page and it seemed to leave everyone who saw it with a smile on their face and a tear in their eye. In it, the young boy asks for help for his bullied twin sister, Amber.

"Dear Santa, my mom said to send you a Christmas list. I wanted a remote control car and helicopter, but I don't want that anymore. Kids at school are still picking on Amber and it's not fair because she doesn't do anything to them and it makes me mad. I prayed that they will stop, but God is busy and needs your help. Is it against the rules to give gifts early? Can you ask Big Time Rush to come to Amber's b-day party? It will make her so happy. If you can't get them to come, just get her everything she asks for."

"My mom throws the best b-day parties. You can come if you want," he adds with some misspellings, of course!

How adorable and sweet is he?!

We think the jolly old man should get those Big Time Rush guys to Ryan and Amber's 9th birthday party! Don't you?!

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