Seasonal // 12.18.13 // 2 Comments

12 Days of Bethenny's Holiday: Day 2 — When Did You Find Out the Truth About Santa?

It's Day 2 of the 12 Days of Bethenny's Holiday, and the topic is a question: When did you find out the truth about Santa? (Kids, if you're reading this… don't.)

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Edwin Lionel Flynn
120 days ago

If your child is ready to learn the truth and history about Santa you need the Fellowship of Elves Membership Kit- an educational & interactive toolkit that helps answer the inevitable question every child will ask, “Is Santa Claus real?”
The Fellowship of Elves is a secret society dedicated to keeping Santa's magic alive for future generations to enjoy. If your child is ready to learn how the kindness and generosity of the human spirit is connected to Santa’s magic, they are ready to become an official Elf Fellow.

For more details visit: www.fellowshipofelves.com

What a fabulous idea and such a beautiful, magical, and honest message this book sends to a child! The Elf Pledge Book combines history, folklore and values. I can see this becoming a beloved family tradition.

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Kelly
128 days ago

I found out the truth about Santa when I was 10. I was the first to awake Christmas morning. I ran downstairs, to see all my beautiful presents from Santa. But one thing was missing. My Mothers stocking was empty and she had nothing under the tree. It broke my heart. My Mother is the sweetest Woman with the biggest heart. I started taking things out of my stocking to put into hers. That was the worst Christmas. So, at the age of 10, I got my first job, babysitting neighbor kids to earn money so my Moms stocking would never be empty again!

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