I was just watching the beginning of Polar Express and the main character's little sister was asking the typical questions about the existance of Santa. She even asked if he was real and the Dad responded that "He's as real as Christmas itself."
Now, most kids will reach the point where they question the existance of Santa (I never did, though). What have you told your child(ren) when they asked you? If you haven't been asked, what do you plan to say? Have you ever had to break the illusion of Santa for your child because they got to the point of defending his existance (and truly believing it) even though their peers told them he wasn't real?
Answer by hibbingmom at 7:45 PM on Dec. 18, 2010
The only thing that my 6 year old son has asked so far is if the Santa at the mall was really Santa. I explained to him that Santa is really busy right now so he has his friends help him out. I haven't decided what I am going to tell him when he does ask.
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