Nanny to Mommy: Creating Memories for Believers with Package from Santa



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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Creating Memories for Believers with Package from Santa

This post is sponsored by PackageFromSanta.com. All opinions are my own.

"SANTA! I know him!" In our house, we are believers in Santa. Believing in the magic of all things Santa Claus is a wonderful memory from my childhood that I cherish and am so excited that I now get to share with my children. The key in our digital age is to encourage the belief in fun and unique ways.

Creating Memories for Believers with Package from Santa

We participate in Elf on the Shelf each year. And we decided this year to do something extra special for the first day with a package from Santa. PackageFromSanta.com offers you a choice of 3 unique treasure chests of authentic, Santa Claus goodies and letters from Santa sent right to your child, directly from the North Pole! It’s a bundle of proof uniquely personalized with your child's name. It comes addressed to them so if you don't have an elf, no worries! Kids love getting mail! Every Package is painstakingly crafted, packed and shipped with care and even includes a real Santa return address and genuine North Pole Stamp.

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But that’s not all! Santa will also send your child a personalized phone call & a personalized, movie quality video starring your child. And they are FREE with every package.

My daughter was so excited with her goodies from Santa. So was my little two year old man who didn't completely understand. We reviewed the Platinum Package, but there are other options to choose from. And if you share pictures/video with PackageFromSanta.com you can enter to win a $1,000 Visa Gift Card.

Creating Memories for Believers with Package from Santa

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How do you help your children believe in the magic of Santa?

This post is sponsored by PackageFromSanta.com. I received complimentary products and compensation to provide this post. All opinions are my own.

4 comments:

  1. How fun!! I love that ou included that awesome package from Santa!! My son is still a little too young for a lot of things to make him believe but we do the whole cookies and milk thing :) Santa gets his own wrapping paper too of course ;)

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    1. Our Santa doesn't wrap. 😂

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    2. My kids are all grown, but we do have grandkids. I'll inform my kids about this. I have a confession to make. I tried not get involved in talking to the kids about Santa or the Easter Bunny, because I felt like I was deceiving them and taking away from the true meanings of the holidays. My husband was the one that got into that part of it. But he didn't make a big production out of it. My kids let their kids believe in them though and that's their choice.

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    3. I think you can still believe in Santa and teach your children about the reason for the Christmas season. There has to be a healthy balance. My daughter said she wanted to ask Santa for a Christmas tree for her little brother. I thought that was a beautiful gesture and feel like I'm doing something right as a parent.

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