Okay, as a kid, I hated Christmas. We struggled a lot so I hated the idea of my parents giving Christmas Baking Team Taster Cookie Gingerbread shirt when they could’ve spent it on something more important. I generally hated everything that had to do with holiday festivities EXCEPT Santa. Santa was the only magical thing I looked forward to because there was no guilt in receiving. It’s his job to make you happy. And, no, I wasn’t heartbroken when I learned he wasn’t real. My dad did this thing where every time we asked if he was real he’d say “If you don’t believe; you don’t receive” and that usually shut me up until I was able to put the pieces together myself. So I understand this whole “I don’t want to lie to my children about Santa” is super popular amongst all you who don’t have any. But please, I beg you, don’t take the magic out of Christmas.
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Actually I think that Christmas Baking Team Taster Cookie Gingerbread shirt where we lie to young children about santa and other folk figures (fairies, monsters, whatever) are a great way to provide a sort of rite of passage, which I think we need many of to structure our upbringing properly. Essentially, finding out santa clause isn’t real, and thus becoming in on it, so to speak, provides a real moment you can point to in your memory where you can say this was me actually doing the “growing up.” Which I think is important for people to have in their lives in order for them to sustain a sense of who they are over time as they become adults. Participating in the deception for people even younger than you (younger siblings, or your own children) completes the move of growing up in a culture with Santa clause.