Boston's best Santa shares some great tips for parents to help them make the experience an enjoyable and lasting memory.
Here are a few more tips on SEEING SANTA:
Remember, the Santa and child photo is not the most important thing. Success is if the child enjoys meeting Santa and forms a lifelong memory. If you get a great picture, that's a bonus.
Santa is unusual. He doesn't look like a child's parents or most other adults. This newness can be scary, even for a sociable child. Enthusiastic or not, any child may react differently when the face-to-face visit with the Big Man happens, but here are a few tips from the experts.
1. DON'T OVERSELL
Keep expectations low key. Any child can feel overwhelmed when a big guy starts booming "HO, HO, HO!" A calm conversation just before meeting him will help. Perhaps a question like "What will you ask Santa for?"
2. LET SANTA DO HIS JOB Read more »
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