A "dad" is the tenth most popular Christmas present for children, survey reveals

A 'dad' is the tenth most popular Christmas present for children, survey reveals The tenth most popular Christmas list request of children was for a dadThe survey also revealed surprising choices including a reindeer and a rockTop of the list however was for a baby brother or sister | UPDATED: 11:19 GMT, 25 December 2012 He might be used to making miracles each and every year, but even Santa may struggle to make dreams come true for Britain's children. That's because the nation's childrens' Christmas wish-lists contain a number of items not always readily available.

"An apple tree, two boxes of cheese and a Lego police station for me please": This year"s most adorable letters to Santa

'An apple tree, two boxes of cheese and a Lego police station for me please': This year's most adorable letters to Santa | UPDATED: 20:30 GMT, 12 December 2012 Millions of children have sent their Christmas wishlists to Santa, and while most have simple asks others clearly get a little carried away. A list compiled by a boy named Trajan features 17 different demands including a Baltimore football helmet, two boxes of cheese, a big blanket, a small apple tree, 600 quarters and 100 pennies.