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CINCINNATI - Secret Santa has been busy dropping off holiday gifts tofamilies in need all across the country.
He even made a stop in Cincinnati, bringing along gifts for 20families.
A Westwood family got to meet Santa Claus Monday morning.
With a knock at the door, he brought wonderful gifts for alittle baby boy who has yet to be born.
There were too many packages to fit in Santa's sleigh so he andhis helpers brought along two trucks full of goodies for thefamily.
Santa brought just about everything for Deyonna Cameron's unbornbaby boy.
"Everything I had on the list is here. I had a crib, car seat,tub, a stroller, sleepers, and everything is here," Cameronsaid.
The family of three will become a family of four in about aweek.
The visit from Santa was just what the family needed to brightenthe holidays.
"I'm really blessed. I'm grateful. I'm happy. The baby goteverything that he needs and we'll have a Merry Christmas," Cameronsaid.
Santa didn't forget about big brother, who got a red fire truck.He even gave mom some extra cash.
This is the second year Secret Santa has made his rounds inCincinnati. Twenty lucky families will get holiday wishes from oldSaint Nick this year.
Secret Santa, who uses a lot of his own funds to bring thespirit of Christmas to needy families, said he just wants to makelife better for those in need.
The family say his generosity is the light they needed thisholiday season.
"Everything, basically, I know I asked for the crib and thestroller. The stroller is the most important so we can get around.I'm just grateful," explained Cameron's boyfriend, WilbertJohnson.
Secret Santa can always use help to bring joy to more familiesin our area. You can get involved by visiting the Secret Santawebsite at www.secretsantacincy.com.
More surprises are in store for another 10 families onWednesday.
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