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Santa Skypes With Sick Kids In Hospital

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It's a kid's dream a man each and every one hope to meet by Christmas.Santa is making some time for the young patients at Phoenix Children's Hospital.

Kids spoke with Santa via a webcam connected to a big screen TV Monday afternoon they'll see Santa via the Ipad.

It was a merry meeting one month in the making.

Ringing jolly and cheer to these little patients who now feel like any other big kid in the world.

Brody Brown just seven years old asked Santa for laser tag.

"I kind of like the little guns and sometimes how you do it in the dark," Brody said.

"I asked for an Xbox 360 and a Barbie game and a popular doll called a monster high" 10-year-old Jayla Duckett said.

It was a memorable moment that Santa has been waiting for all year long as well.

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