Letter telling your child about santa
Heartfelt Letters from Santa by Veronica SteckHelping Santa Create a Tradition for Your Family
The magic of Christmas for children is embodied in Santa Claus. This book shows you how to capture that magic by writing a personal letter from Santa for the child or children who are special to you.
Letters from Santa can describe situations your child has been in, recount good deeds he or she has done, make suggestions for improving behavior, and generally inspire your child in positive directions you see for them.
The finely crafted companion volume is where you will write this special letter each Christmas Eve, after your child has brought their book of Santa’s letters to its honored place near the Christmas tree. On Christmas morning, the whole family can gather around as your child discovers what Santa has written just for them.
As the years pass the book with these letters will grow more and more precious. It will be a chronicle of years past, and a guide for years to come.
• Transport both the child and the family back to the special moments in life,
• Recap major events in the child’s progression to adulthood, and,
• Remind children of how their biggest fans have stood with them and supported them, with
loving, patience, and humor.
This guide for parents and adults will provide you with excellent ideas, key phrases, and topic areas to consider. It will clearly assist you in writing meaningful and heartfelt letters your child – and the whole family – will love.
Telling Kids the Truth About Santa
My sons, who I have had since they were babies, adopted from foster care, are both years-old. They both still believe in Santa Claus. I take full responsibility for this. One skill, that those of us who have spent any time in a closet learn I am a gay dad , is how to create the illusion of life as those around us want it to be, rather than what it necessarily is. After a solid decade of hiding and building facade around my sexual orientation, doing the Santa gig was a piece of cake, all the way down to photoshopping "proof" of the big guy standing in the middle of our actual living room. Now my kids are older and they have a bombardment of friends who "know," and are eager to tell them their perspectives. One close friend has already informed them that Santa "does not exist.
Santa is everywhere you look during the holiday season, and that can be confusing for children. Seeing so many Santas inevitably brings up the question, "Is Santa real? And if Santa is real, which Santa is real? And no parent wants to burst the magical bubble that makes the holiday season so precious. Chantel R. Where do you stand?
Please sign in or register a free account to view this content. Parenthood The truth about Santa. One mother's beautiful letter to her daughter. A helpful letter for parents to tell their kids about Santa. As a parent, it is always difficult to know how to respond when your child comes to the age that they start asking about Santa Claus.
As children reach a certain age, they begin to ask questions like, "Is Santa Claus real?
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