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Believing in Santa makes Christmas magical. I love keeping that going as long as I can with my kids. As my kids get older, and begin to doubt, I love going the extra mile to help them see the true magic of Christmas. Santa.com is a fun way to help keep the magic of Christmas alive. With notes, text messages, and more, your kids will have every reason to believe.
I’m left with only a few kids who still believe in Santa. The older kids help keep the magic alive, because they have learned that we can keep the magic of Christmas going, even if we may not 100% believe in the big guy coming down the chimney.
My oldest kids believed in Santa well into their tweens. Every year I debated giving away the secret, but now that they are older, I’m so glad they had that extra time to just be kids and enjoy Christmas in a way that they’ll never get back again.
Because of that, we are always looking for ways to keep the magic alive for our younger kids. Now their older siblings join in, and have a blast doing it.
Santa.com is a really cute service that helps with some of that Christmas magic.
They’ll send personalized text messages to you from Santa, with amusing facts, Christmas spirit, and positive values.
Even as an adult, I have so much fun “believing” in Santa during the holiday season. Keeping that magic alive for my kids really makes the holidays fun for all of us.
My big kids love keeping the magic alive and look for any chance they can to play along. They’ll wrap presents Christmas Eve, put on a Santa hat, and help us get everything set up for the younger kids.
I love the idea of using Santa.com to give Santa a more current way to communicate with my younger kids. We always write letters to Santa but it’s kind of a bummer not hearing anything back. These cute, personalized text messages make it so much more fun for kids.
Santa even wrote me a little note!
Santa.com is such a fun service for parents or grandparents to use during the holiday season. Go here to sign up for personalized text messages from Santa.com.