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Today’s blog question: How long did you believe in Santa Claus?
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I still believe in the mystery and magic of Christmas Eve, with jolly fat man in red silently placing presents of all shapes and sizes under a decorated tree, his nine reindeer pawing at the frozen ground outside. Without this belief, the whole spirit of Christmas just wouldn’t be the same. 🙂
Probably around 7 or 8. my brother told me. I remember it like it was yesterday!
Are you implying that there is not a Santa Claus?
Oh, man, that was a long time ago! I think I was in first grade, about 6 or 7 years old. Our neighbors had a display with Santa and the reindeer on their roof. I interpretted the display to indicate that they were trapped there. So, if anyone received Christmas gifts that year, they couldn’t be from Santa. But the gifts still came!
Still do !
Probably about 7 or 8 when I realized that half the presents under the tree were for my birthday on the 24th.
I still believe in Santa Claus
I still do! It’s magical to believe 🙂
I caught on to it pretty early: I was 6!
When I was 9 I thought something was off when I just could not catch a glimpse of Santa despite keeping an overnight watch with my younger cousin and yet there were presents next morning. But my parents clued me in next year.
What? So the guy is a farce?!?! 😛
At teh age of 9 when my elder sister revealed it to me…I was so heart broken! LOL
Still do. There’s magic in that belief. 🙂
I was like 5 or 6 years.
Didn’t Santa Claus record for Motown? Or was it Buddah?
(A little ode to Cheech & Chong.)
till I was 8 years old
My brother spilled the beans when I was around six or seven.
Much longer than I recall according to my mother.
I still believe in Santa
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When you grow up poor in Brazil, Dreams end much quicker, so probably 3 or 4
I was 6 or 7. We tried to raise our kids with the knowledge that there was a deeper meaning to thew holiday than a man in a red suit bearing gifts.
Actually I still believe. Maybe it is not in the image portrayed to and by children, but through the generosity, prayers and best wishes to accomplish good. I must say though, one night long ago, I swear I heard him land on my roof and come into my room to check if I was sleeping.
I was about 12 I guess.
i was 5
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I was 6 when I discovered the presents came from my parents and not Santa. Gotta love Santa though.
That was a LONG time ago. I believe I was about 6 or 7. I really cannot remember how I learned the sad news – probably from my older sister.
I held on to that belief for a long time. I still like to believe.
My favorite holiday food is peppermint bark
Who says i never stopped believing in Santa!!
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