I wish people would just answer the question.
My son was 9. I actually let Santa slip while we were driving somewhere, and on that subject. So, since I let it slip about Santa; I told him about the Easter Bunny, and Tooth Fairy. I told him he couldn't tell other kids because they may still believe. He now wants to be the helper for his brother, and sister. He wasn't upset, he didn't cry. He had a big smile on his face when he knew it was mom and dad.
Answer by Christine0813 at 9:32 PM on Apr. 22, 2011
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Answer by ItsJustMe1017 at 8:58 PM on Apr. 22, 2011
It really annoys people when they won't let their kids believe in something magical. Santa, Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, all of these imaginary people are just a part of believing in magic and believing in something greater than themselves. What does Santa, Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy have in common? All of those people put other people before themselves. Santa takes presents to kids all over the world, the Easter Bunny does the same, and the Tooth Fairy gives money for teeth. As ridiculous as this may sound, I would rather have my kids believe in imaginary people who put others first than not be given the chance. My kids will eventually figure it out, but until they do, I will let them keep that innocence. Plus, their faces when they wake up is well worth it.
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