He slowly tip toes over to me and whispers in my ear, "I think his hair looks kind of weird. Shhh, he might hear me!" I explained to him that was the white part of his hat, not his hair. He gave a big relieved sigh and said, "Okay, lets go see Santa this weekend so I can tell him what's on my list." I am excited because there probably won't be a line at the Tot Spot, it's free and the owner-Tracy said it was fine if we bring out camera to take pictures. My kids get really anxious with the mall Santa because it's such a big production. Hopefully this will go better!
Kids! He cracks me up. Just yesterday he wanted to know if Rudolph was real. I said -Yes, he leads Santa's sleigh. He said, "Oh, I am so glad. I thought maybe that was just a story." I felt really guilty lying to him. Does anyone else struggle with this? I guarantee you he will remember that I lied to him about this. He has a great memory!
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