Christmas is magical. I love the joyful Christmas music playing on the radio, the lit up houses at night, and decorating the tree as a family. I also enjoy taking my children to see Santa Claus. If a visit the big guy isn't enough here's some more ways fuel the kiddos belief in Santa.

Send Santa a letter and Get a Reply

1. Have your child write/draw a letter to Santa.

Here's some cute printable letters if you want to get fancy:

2. Have your child "send the letter". You can send it anywhere or intercept it before the mailman comes.

3. Write the response to your child's letter. You could use some special stationary and add some sparkles inside the envelope for a touch of magic.

4. Take the letter and seal it in an envelope. Write "Santa, North Pole, Alaska" on the upper left hand corner of the envelope for the return address. And address the envelope to your home or where you want it to go. Put a stamp on the letter.

5. Next put the envelope in a larger envelope and send it here:

North Pole Christmas Cancellation
5400 Mail Trail

Fairbanks AK 99709-9998

When the post office gets your letter they will open it up. Next they send your letter, which was inside ready to go. When the letter arrives it will be post marked from the North Pole. I read that they get a lot of letters so send yours ASAP! 

Email Santa

See Santa's Reindeer
Santa Appearance Times: Mon-Fri at 11am, 6pm & 9pm | Weekends at 6pm (Eastern Time )

Have Santa Call You

 I hope you and the kids have fun. I'm thinking I might send a Santa call to my nieces and nephews tomorrow if their moms don't read this first ;). I'd love to hear how it goes for you.

Oh, and heres some fun Santa pictures just for fun!
Best Santa Pic Ever

Taken over this Thanksgiving Holiday

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