I just published an article on my site called How to Keep Believing. And a recent comment brings up the issue... HOW and WHEN do you tell them the truth about Santa?

I'd love to get more moms thoughts on this to share with readers. It really is just around the corner for me. My kids are 7 and 5. How long will I be able to hold out?!

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Comment by Ria on December 2, 2008 at 3:03pm
THAT is the problem. I don't think I ever believed in Santa. I always knew but everyone around me did too. Here is the U.S... that's a problem. Kids don't keep secrets from anyone... hence, I knew what MY birthday gift was as soon as their dad bought it for me! :)
Comment by Tara Jefferson on December 2, 2008 at 1:11pm
See, my daughter is 2 and she doesn't get Christmas yet. I'm wondering if I'm going to even start the whole "Santa Claus" thing with her. What's wrong with her knowing that mommy and daddy love her and are giving her presents to celebrate the season? The only reason I'm hesitating is because I would hate for her to spoil the fun of kids who DO believe in Santa...

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