I said to dds that the children who dont believe dont get Santa delivering pressies, mums and dads have to do it. But if you do believe then OF COURSE Santa comes to you. Some talcy foot prints on the stairs may be in order
DD1 (9) found out in the last few months and this will be her first christmas since she has known. Yesterday we were alone and talking about christmas and she said that she felt cross that we'd be lying to her all these years. We talked about the magical nature of it all etc, but she's adamant that she would rather have known. So, I'd let it be your secret, I also have two younger and Dd is sworn to secrecy and is enjoying the grown-upness (made up word!) of it all.
ds1 told me that last year at 5, from the back of the car where he'd obviously been pondering in silence. fortunately i managed to sideswipe the conversation as dd1 and dd2 were in the car too. however clever-dick ds is, i'd like the girls to carry on as long as poss! dd1 is 9 in jan and still hook line and sinker so far, despite ds1's best efforts. logical chap. ds1 is a toe rag. hope you get away with it for another year x
owwww thanks every one was offline well when i asked him who told him that he said a friend at school . so i told him to not listen to him as he will not get any thing at christmas . and will be sad hahahahahahahaha so i put polar exspress on hehehe . and made him watch it with his sister . and i told him if he dont belive when he wakes christmas morning . he will wake to nothing lol [bad mum ] and his sister and brother will have loads . so i think i have changed his mind . thank god as i think .when they dont belive it takes the magic out of christmas .well imo any way but thanks every one