Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Make Christmas Memories With Your Santa Story

Growing up in a Polish household we didn't make a big fuss about Santa Claus, but when I had children of my own I knew I wanted to include Santa in our celebration.
My kids would write letters and circle the toys they wanted in circulars. We'd stand in line for what seemed like hours, to visit with Santa at the mall and get the annual picture taken. The visit was quick, to accommodate the thousands of children behind us.

On Christmas Eve, we'd leave cookies and milk out for Santa and carrots for the reindeer. The kids never fussed about bedtime on that special night. When they woke up way too early the next morning the cookies, milk and carrots would be gone and Santa left a thank you note and lots of presents under the tree.

Then it happened.

They stopped believing.

We still celebrated Christmas of course, but now the magic of Santa Claus was gone.

Until the grandmunchkins arrived!

Last year I was introduced to Your Santa Story and it was THE coolest Santa experience I'd ever seen.

Your Santa Story is a DVD customized especially for your kids.  No two are alike! Santa will mention each of your kids by name, as well as any pets you have. He'll mention the big milestones or special accomplishments of your kids too. This isn't a cheesy voice over in a generic video, Santa really talks to your kids! But even before you hear Santa, you'll have a quick tour of the stables where he keeps his reindeer. The video concludes with Santa telling the kids about one last present they missed and the location of that present. The look on their little faces will be priceless!

Your Santa Story can be purchased for $29.95 at Quantities are limited so act quickly to start making Christmas memories for your family.

Now that you've heard about one of my Christmas memories, leave me a comment below telling me one of your favorite Christmas memories for a chance to win your very own copy of a Your Santa Story DVD. This is a super fast giveaway that ends at noon on November 30th to insure delivery in time for Christmas. Please leave an email so I can reach you in the event that you win.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own.
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Noreen said...

My kids are older and we have sort of revived one of my childhood traditions - When we were growing up the girl cousins would get together to put up and decorate my grandmother's tree; the last ornament to go on the tree was the "NANA" ornament. When the ornament was finally placed she would proclaim - this is the best tree ever. I have become the holder of the Nana ornament and each year it is the last ornament on our tree, it is like she is with us and says every year - It is the best tree ever ...

Noreen said...

forgot to leave my email for the above:

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