So I'm really not trying to be rude here, but this has been bugging me. With all these Moms saying that they arent gonna tell their kids about Santa, are you also going to make sure to tell them not to ruin it for other children? I know I'm gonna be really ticked if some kid tells my kid santa isnt real in kindergarten or that I'm "lying" to them. I mean, to each their own, but I dont want it spoiling the fun for my kids!
and YES I know kids usually find out from their friends but generally not til later on, Im worrried about her finding out to young :( I want her to enjoy christmas and the anticipation of santa as long as she can!
Answer by ColleenF30 at 7:11 PM on Dec. 13, 2008
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Answer by babycakes254 at 8:00 PM on Dec. 13, 2008
Amanda will say her mama got them for. And I will say that's good that she didn't have to without. But by the time the 2 weeks are up kids (who have very short attention spans) have usually moved on. I don't remember that being an issue when I was a kid. I assumed kids who didn't get visited by Santa had REALLY nice parents who made up for it. Besides there are TONS of holes in this whole Santa thing. I think the fact that my kids (who are very bright, honor roll kids) overlook those wholes is because they enjoy the make believe of it as much as I do!
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