The battle to break a world record by fitting 10,001 Santas onto the Derry Walls has a new champion - and she's just three months old.
Little Niamh Casey, baby daughter of solicitor Kevin Casey, has some of the most high-profile sponsors - including Ian Paisley, Martin McGuinness and Irish premier Bertie Ahern.
Next weekend thousands of people from all over Ireland and further afield will converge on the city aiming to break the Guinness World Record for having the most Santas in the one place at the one time.
The bid will be raising funds for charities Children in Crossfire, Foyle Hospice, Macmillan Cancer Care and ICARE, an Inishowen charity for autistic children.
Liverpool are the current holders of the world record for having the most Santas in the one place at the one time and have just announced that they are attempting to smash their own record on Sunday December 2.
Las Vegas - who have already tried and failed to take the record off Liverpool - are having another go, also on December 2.
Derry's attempt takes place on Sunday December 9 and has already attracted a host of supporters.
Helena Hasson, one of the organisers, said: "The youngest person to register so far is Niamh Casey.
"At just three months old she has her daddy and a mixed bag of politicans round her wee finger!
"Her sponsorship form has been signed by Bertie Ahern who gave £5 and when First Minister Ian Paisley and his Deputy Martin McGuinness saw this at Stormont last week, they each put themselves down for £5.50!"
Martin Mullan, chairman and Ian Maconachie, logistics manager of 10,001 Santas visited Stormont two weeks ago to rally support.
And even former warring factions are getting in on the act.
The Apprentice Boys of Derry and Bogside Residents Group - who were at loggerheads for years over the right to march on the Derry's Walls have both come out in support of the event.