However, I think as soon as your child starts questioning, it's time to start the planning process.Think of this as an invitation to decide how your family will view the story of Santa, in your unique way." Sometimes, the signal that they're ready comes from a subtle shift in a way they ask the Santa question.
These are good indicators they're really to hear the truth."Children react differently to hearing the news about Santa. Others might feel embarrassed that they believed for so long, or are sad to lose the Santa myth.
"My 9-year-old daughter seemed proud to have matured into this grown-up secret she could keep from her younger siblings! Don't try to direct your kids to react a certain way.
Dictionary says that Santa Claus is the father of Christmas.
From the very name one can visualize a tall, fat, old man, very amusing and active like a youth, grinning from ear to ear, with a thicker middle, wearing a blood red robe, bordered by white colour, carrying a bag full of gifts on his back to distribute to the children on the eve of the Christmas festival that falls on December 25, every year.
Here's how to make the process less painful — for you are ready," says Meg Anne Ford, a parenting coach and owner/CEO of Be Kind Coaching.
"We as adults started the story, and it's our job as adults to finish the story.
These two combination of colours make one a symbol of many praise-worthy qualities.
In India, the children who are awarded the national bravery award, Sanjay Chopra award for boys and Geeta Chopra award for girls, wear Red & White, which denotes colour of courage.
By cheering the children of all religion, Santa Claus spreads a message of unity.
A Christmas without Santa Claus is like the sky without moon!