Yesterday, I came across a letter about Santa Claus that I must keep in mind should I ever decide to have children. The gist of the letter is that a kid asks their mom if she is Santa Claus. Mom's response? "The answer is no. I am not Santa. There is no one Santa." Fast forward to the end of the letter and she concludes with, "Santa is love and magic and hope and happiness. I’m on his team, and now you are, too."
One of the things my husband and I have discussed when talking about when or if we want to have kids is whether or not to have our child grow up believing in Santa Claus. On one hand it feels like deception, but on the other hand it feels like giving our kid the magic we had when we believed in Santa.
The interesting thing to me is now that I have read the letter about Santa Claus, I feel like I can believe in Santa again. "Santa is love and magic and hope and happiness." Doesn't that line just make you feel all warm and fuzzy? I personally want to recapture that feeling around the holidays once more.
Read the entire letter about the Truth About Santa Claus HERE.
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