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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) – A sweet gesture from an adorable 3-year-old girl is getting a lot of attention.
Gracie Lynn Wilson was eating breakfast with her family at a Bob Evans restaurant on Wednesday when she recognized a familiar face.
According to WFIE, Gracie quickly asked her mom if she could keep Santa company.
Lindsey Wilson, Gracie’s mom, says her daughter and Santa talked like they had been friends for years.
When asked what she wanted for Christmas, Gracie didn’t ask for presents.
Instead, she told Santa all she wanted was to meet her baby brother, James, who will be born in a few weeks.