BOSTON (CBS) – Tom Brady’s three-year-old son Ben made a surprise appearance on national radio Thursday night and stole the show from his father.

During Tom Brady’s weekly call-in to the Westwood One Radio NFL Thursday Night Football pre-game show, host Jim Gray asked Brady what his children wanted for Christmas.

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Ben happened to be near his father, so Tom Brady put his son on the phone to talk to Gray.

Brady turned to his son and said “Benny, wenny,” to get him to come to the phone.

“Hi Mister Gray,” Ben said.

Gray asked him, “What have you told Santa you want for Christmas?”

“A robot,” Ben replied. “I want a battle car.”

“Anything else?” Gray asked.

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“I want all the kids to have Christmas,” he told Gray.

Tom Brady then got back on the phone and talked about how the Bradys have twice dropped off letters to Macy’s Letters to Santa program to benefit the Make-A-Wish program.

If you or your children are interested, kids of all ages can drop their stamped letters, addressed to “Santa At The North Pole” in the Santa Mail letterbox at their local Macy’s.

For each letter received through December 24, Macy’s will donate $1 to Make-A-Wish, up to $1 million.

For more information, visit Macy’s website.

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