Wednesday, December 8, 2010


I've written about my duo's belief in Santa waning. They are seven and in second grade. Little Miss Thang recently came home from school saying a friend {who she refuses to name} told her Santa is not real and that parents put out the presents. Pure, unadulterated blasphemy! I suggested that her little "friend" should have been sent to the Principal's office for telling a lie!

But clearly, my years are numbered. So, when a friend told me about this service that sends a very authentic looking and personalized letter to your child, I knew I absolutely had to do it. 

And, no, this is not the first I'd heard of such services. I've read about the videos and the online correspondence. My duo is on to this hoax, however, and are not easily swayed. I have nearly stopped adding any additional elements to the tradition for fear that it will be the straw that breaks the proverbial camel's back.

I am extremely confident, however, in the Santagrams I just ordered. They are certainly not the cheapest option, but who can put a price on the Santa experience?!?! 

The personalized letters are darling. It's the little details that make it believable. 

Or so I'm hoping!!!

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