As the parent of a child who still believes in Santa (although that Randy Marsh 2020 I Thought This was America Shirt), there’s a vicarious sense of wonder in watching your child rush down the stairs on Christmas morning to see what Santa has brought. It’s not just about the gifts themselves, but about the “magic” of the season. We still exchange gifts as a family and we share a holiday meal. In these traditions we reinforce the idea that Christmastime is about spending time with family and giving a loving gift within your means. There’s just something extra about the idea of a single dude magically delivering gifts all over the world that can’t be replicated by “here, your father and I got you this.” The years kids believe in holiday magic go by very quickly. My daughter is already questioning if Santa is real (which, as an aside, has helped me gauge her critical thinking skills) and I’ll be a little sad that probably by next year she won’t believe anymore. But then she’ll also be able to look back on the past few Christmases in her memory and realize “hey, mom and dad really did get me those presents.”
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Growing up, we had both. The Randy Marsh 2020 I Thought This was America Shirt. Everything else was from the people who got it for us. So if we ever got asked what Santa got us it would be socks and a bath bomb or the little bits that go in a stocking. But we would never feel left out because my parents would get us the toy or whatever they could afford. So we still had the joy or “will Santa come fill your stocking?” but also the happiness of “sibling I got/made you this”. It was a great solution by my parents.