Yes I do, I'd answer if someone asked me the question above.I know my mom and dad are the people who buy and wrap my presents, just as their parents did for them and I will do for my kids someday. But buying and wrapping presents doesn't make anyone Santa, I'm sorry kids.
There are 7 billion people in the world and I know it's impossible to visit them all in 24 hours. That's why Santa Claus has many helpers. Many brothers, dads, uncles, grandpas, boyfriends and other nice people from all over the world help Santa by visiting homes. But either visiting homes wearing Santa Claus costume doesn't make anyone Santa. Kids, I'm sorry again.
Americans think Santa lives in North Pole. "He lives in Lapland, Finland" say Finns and I kind of agree with them. I've been to Santa Claus' home in Lapland and met him face to face. It was great. But I don't really believe he was THE Santa Claus. Santa doesn't live in North Pole, he doesn't live in Finland either. He lives in our hearts. Santa is the magic and love and spirit of giving others.
What he does is teach children believe in something they can't see or touch.
|I'm sorry I didn't have any pictures of Santa Claus on my computer.|
So my sister, my uncle my brother and I spendind Christmas few years ago!
We are true Santa believers! :)