Santa Claus

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What Message Is Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Sending Our Kids?

By Ken Rabow When my aspiring 14-year-old author-to-be client suggested that he wanted to write an article on Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and how it “sucked” from the point of view of himself, someone with autism and his mom, I said: “Yes!” My client’s first draft was basically his take on the story and I … Continue reading

Things To Do With Your Nieces And Nephews

If your siblings have children then it is important that you also develop a really close relationship with them. The bond you can have with your nephews and nieces is really special and is especially precious if you don’t have your own children yet. So next time they come visit you here are some great … Continue reading

5 Things That Make Christmas Christmas-y

Christmas is the time you come home; it is that time of the year where nothing can go wrong, even excessive snowfall doesn’t dampen your spirits. To get that “feeling” though, there are things to be done. Just the date changing to the 25th of December does not make Christmas, Christmas-y. Like said before, there … Continue reading

How To Make The Christmas Holidays Really Magical For Your Child

Like people say “We only live once”. Now, I am not a man who would discourage the idea of an afterlife, but just in case there isn’t one, why not make the few years we have on this Earth enjoyable? And what better time to start than during our adolescence. But of course when we … Continue reading

7-Year-Old Girl’s Over-The-Top Christmas Wish List Because, Why Not?

Kids say the darndest things. But around Christmas time, they also ask for the darndest, most over-the-top, insanely unfathomable, simply unattainable things, because hey, why not? It’s that magical time of year when Santa Claus is working hard in the North Pole to bring them exactly what they want. So naturally, most children take full … Continue reading