Visiting Santa WWYD

(6 Posts)
Twistedheartache Tue 20-Oct-15 23:18:35

Moral dilemma time - should I pay £15 for my 13 month old to visit Santa, receive a toy & make-a-bear as part of a day long excursion.
She's free entry if she doesn't do the above, but will DD1 who's rising 5 buy me telling her that mummy has to talk to Santa for her and that she doesn't get a toy???

Littlemousewithcloggson Tue 20-Oct-15 23:47:00

I would say that santa only gives babies toys when it's actually Christmas as they are so little and save the £15 for then
Of course that will only work if she doesn't see any other little people receive a gift from him!

PesoPenguin Wed 21-Oct-15 15:37:04

Oh I'd have to pay it. £15 isn't that much for a full day out and I'm sure she'll want the bear.

Forestdreams Wed 21-Oct-15 17:34:06

Tell her you've already talked to father christmas for the baby because she is too little to do it herself, and have a little soft toy to give her separately "from FC".

attheendoftheday Thu 22-Oct-15 12:01:35

It depneds on your financial situation. If £15 is a push then it would be find not to (good idea about having a toy to give her) but I think I would pay. And 13 months they do have a bit of awareness about what's going on with others.

canyou Thu 22-Oct-15 12:05:07

I would if i could afford it pay for the bear. But then we always get a Christmas bear that becomes part of the Christmas decorations and is put away in Jan until next year.

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