Dec 13, 2013
Post By: Julie Henry, RN, MPA
You’ve been standing in line for an hour, waiting to get a photo of your children with Santa Claus. When you finally get to the front of the line, they bursts into tears and refuse to go anywhere near him. Sound familiar? Parents often have high expectations for their child’s visit with Santa, but things don’t always go as planned.
Here are some things you can do that may help prepare your child for a visit with Santa:
We hope these six tips help your child to not be scared of Santa and that you both enjoy your visit.
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