The Massachusetts police chief had a surprise that made Christmas real for a little girl who is deaf.
Deaf children in a hearing society often face a sense of isolation.
However, in the Massachusetts town of Westminster, a police chief turned Santa went the extra mile to bridge the divide.
In the process, he gave one little girl a very special Christmas.
6-year-old Sadie is deaf and for the first time she did not need an interpreter on Santa’s lap.
Sadie’s mom said her daughter was so surprised to see Santa signing.
The police chief had been playing Santa for 15 years.
However, this year, Sadie’s mom taught him all the American Sign Language that Santa needed to know.
By the way, Sadie told Santa she wants a kitchen and a baby for Christmas.
Sadie’s mom said this will be a Christmas they will never forget.