Every year, parents across the country take their children to see Santa at local department stores and malls. They often draw pictures and allow children to sit on Santa’s lap to tell him what they want for Christmas. Other parents encourage children to write letters to Santa Claus. Unfortunately, in today’s world, children grow up too quickly and become skeptical at a young age. A couple of ways to keep Santa alive for a while longer are personalized letters from Santa and a Santa quiz kit.
If you have a child who is still young enough to believe in Santa Claus and has become a skeptic, you can help them maintain their belief. Also, it can be funny and memorable to see the look on his face when a letter arrives in the mail from the North Pole. Personalized letters from Santa Claus make it possible. Now you can buy personalized Santa letters that are written in such a way that just a little editing makes them perfect for any child. The child’s name, age, Christmas wish and some other personal details can be inserted to make it look like Santa Claus has taken the time to write a unique personal letter to his child. Most locations that offer this service will have several different letters to choose from and edit, as well as different Christmas stationery to give these personalized letters from Santa an authentic look. The best ones even include an “official” North Pole postmark so everything looks authentic.
Another way to help make Santa Claus real for your child is to buy or put together a Santa proofing kit. It is recommended to buy one for the sake of authentic appearance. These kits can contain a variety of items that, when arranged correctly, will make it look like Santa was at his house and had to leave quickly. Your child will be surprised and excited when he starts to find the clues. Some examples of items that can be found in a Santa evidence kit are; a cute “Thank you” card to place next to the cookie plate for Santa’s Christmas Eve, an award ribbon for the best decorated tree in your town, a single glove that Santa dropped Noel, his glasses and maybe a license plate from Santa’s sleigh lying on the lawn. All of these elements will add up to convince even the most skeptical child that Santa has been there.
Working the two of you together is a surefire way to convince your child that Santa is real. If she receives a personalized letter from Santa Claus in the mail and finds various “evidence” scattered on Christmas morning in addition to all the presents, all doubts will be dispelled for another year. The added benefit is that you and your child will share in the special excitement of a child’s Christmas.