An 8 year-old North Carolina boy recently wrote a letter to Santa. He didn't want any toys this year.  He wants Santa to stop bullies from teasing his twin sister. Read his touching words.

Dear Santa,

My mom said to send you a Christmas list. I wanted a remote control car and helicopter but I do not want that anymore.

Kids at school are still picking on Amber and it is not fair because she does not do anything to them and it makes me mad.

I prayed they would stop, but God is busy and I need your help.

Is it against the rules to give up gifts early?

Can you ask Big Time Rush to come to Amber’s birthday party? It will make her so happy.

If you do not get them to come that is fine, just get her everything she asked for.

Thanks Santa,

Love Ryan

PS- My mom throws the best birthday parties. You can come if you want.

The boy's mom, Karen Suffern, plans to talk with teachers at the school after reading her son's touching words. A family friend was also touched by Ryan's letter she made a video, with hopes it would go viral. Watch below and help get Ryan's word out.

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