We found a Santa in a small mall that didn't have a photographer. You are encouraged to bring your camera and take as many pictures as you'd like.
When we got there the place was empty. Santa took the time to talk with each kid except for Anthony. He said he was too old.
After talking with the girls Santa held his arms up and asked for the baby.
Found out that this Santa has three red headed grandsons; eight children, 6 of them adopted.
Anthony was willing to get into the group picture.
Some families started to show up and so did Tasha and Vaida.
After visiting Santa we went to Schlotzsky's and Baskin Robbins for some Jamoca Almond Fudge.
On the way home we talked about Santa. In our home Santa never dies, he evolves. Santa is the spirit of giving. The Santa the kids met today was real. He was giving of himself and very kind. There are many Santa's, the world needs many Santa's. As the kids get older they get to play the role of Santa and become the giver. Giving is so much more fun than receiving.
About the Easter Bunny, uh no. The Easter Bunny is in no way real, seriously a big bunny producing eggs. It is a person dressed in an outfit.
So I am curious, who else does Santa in their home? Easter Bunny?