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I have a two-year-old. He’s still not quite capable of understanding the whole Christmas/Santa thing – to him it’s just a bunch of lights and presents and stuff. But my wife and I have both agreed that we don’t want to lie to him about Santa. That doesn’t mean he won’t have pictures taken with Santa, or watch Christmas specials like “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” or “The Night Before Christmas.” There’s certainly no way we can shield him from the image and concept of Santa – it’s just too pervasive. But that doesn’t mean that we need to contribute to his belief that Santa is real. We aren’t going to threaten him by saying things like, “If you aren’t a good boy, Santa won’t bring you any presents.” Same reason why I refuse to do the Elf on a Shelf thing – it’s a morbid, creepy thing to frighten your children into behaving only because they believe someone is always watching them. Gifts will always be clearly attributed to the people who gave them – “This is from mommy and daddy. This is from Grandma and Grandpa.” There won’t be any presents that “just appeared” or were “left by Santa.
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