Thread: Santa dilema
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Old 12-03-2012, 03:07 PM   #15
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We don't do Santa and my kids don't feel like they're missing out on anything. Actually this year we talked in depth about why people "play" Santa (st nick, such a great man, helped people so much they wanted to keep his generosity alive , turned into the thing we have now) and we went over the details of what exactly people pretend. Ds totally got the reason for wanting to remember st nick, but when we got to the part about parents telling their kids Santa is real, buying gifts and saying they are from Santa, etc, ds said "that's a weird thing to do"

Personally I think there are so many fun things to do at Christmas time, and you can make whatever traditions you want for your own family, that as long as you are happy, your kid will be too. Whether that's Santa or no Santa.

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