My two year old only knows Santa in the same sense he knows Dora and Diego. Santa is a fictional character in our house, while Saint Nicholas is a
real story we can share. Having lived in Mannheim for a few years and putting boots next to my bed for St. Nick to fill with candy (not $500 worth of
toys underneath a tree), I appreciate the simplicity of a non-Santa Christmas.
The reason they cant find the workshop at the north pole is because it is an a parallel dimension, Santa's magick allows him to transverse the
dimensions, which is why it only takes him one night to deliver all the presents....Santa's Wormole Technology
I was astationed near North Pole actually Fairbanks, Alaska. They actually have a Santa Clause lane, Church of St Nicholas, and a toruist trap called
The Santa Claus House.
I'd get letters to my neices and nephews sent to them with the postmark North Pole, and they loved it, they got letters from Santa at the North Pole
Oh man, these bring back good memories...
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