Yes that's right and I don't care if my kid tells your kid. If you want to lie to your children that's your business. But if you want my child to be a part of that lie, then that's my business. I've raised my son telling him the truth...gasp! St Nicholas was a real person, Santa is a myth, the movies and books about Santa are fun, but NO Santa is not real. He's 10, I can't believe there are other kids his age that actually believe Santa is out there flying around in a sleigh pulled by flying reindeer jumping down chimneys to give gifts to all the kids on the "nice list." Go ahead and lie to your kids if that's how you choose to celebrate the holiday, but don't ask me to have my child keep that lie going so that Christmas will not be "ruined" and not be "magical" anymore for your child. We do believe in the holiday spirit of family and giving to others. We will be buying gifts for friends and family, and volunteering in our community. We love Christmas and we don't need the lie of Santa being real to make it magical, im sorry that Santa is the only part of Christmas that you enjoy. When my son was very young I used to make sure that he didn't tell other kids the truth about Santa because I didn't want to upset little kids or piss off their parents. But he's going to be in middle school next year so Im no longer going to worry about walking on egg shells around these preteen believers. Its weird! Your tweens need to grow up! If Santa is the only thing making Christmas magical at your house this Christmas, that makes me sad. But don't expect my son to keep your lie going.