A culturally unorthodox approach to Santa...

DSC_0289 Today I'm bringing up a topic that could stir the pot a bit (which is silly, of course, because it's really up to each family to choose these sorts of things), but regardless, I know people get fired up about this topic.

I'm sharing over at One Fun Mom about my family's approach to Santa this holiday season. We're not all ba humbug about it, we just do things a bit differently than most. I've got some good resources for you if you lean the same way I do. And if you don't, that's okay, too. You can still enjoy a really funny photo of my son back when he was terrified of Santa (a family friend in the red suit at that).

Our family does not do presents from Santa. We are not anti-imagination– we have lots of fun with the tooth fairy, for example (ours is named Chantrelline :) ).

But with Christmas, we don’t want to take anything away from the glory of God, by giving the excitement and anticipation to Santa.

Read the rest over at One Fun Mom...

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