My husband and I are in a fight right now about how to handle Christmas with our 4-year-old daughter. I think this is the perfect time to have her start thinking about the needs of others, so I suggested we tell her to write a list to Santa of all the things she wants and have Santa bring those toys to less fortunate children.
Buuuut, my husband thinks it’s too young for such lessons and that she will be totally disappointed if she doesn't get the stuff she wants. I don’t think he’s giving her enough credit.
Am I helping shape my daughter in an awesome way – or do you think I’m the worst mother in the world?
Your opinion means the world to me, thanks! Sam
Think about it ... Christmas is not only warm, fuzzy and nurturing – but it involves lots of planning and organization – which means a woman has to be in charge of it! Here are some other reasons why Santa can't possibly be a man:
Here's that Little Drummer Boy vid that's gone viral. Check it out, lemme know what you think?