Sometimes you have to get creative.
We all know Santa Claus is getting ready for Christmas Eve, but sometimes kids need a little extra convincing as they get older. On Whisper, parents are sharing the creative ways they got their kids to keep believing in Santa. They used every trick in the book—even putting "proof" on their rooftops. Here are the best stories that are sure to have you "laughing all the way."
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He's a crafty guy.
Your mom knows how to think on her feet.
Congrats on the new job!
Does she get paid in cookies too?
Um ... I guess so.
I would've just said China is in the North Pole.
That's some great parenting.
Props to you for teaching them about budgeting.
Where can I get my hands on that?
Asking for a friend.
Moving the Elf on the Shelf is crucial.
That will keep you on your toes.
I'm sure you were on your best behavior after hearing that.
How else would he get in?
Makes sense to me.
Gotta look out for the guy's back.
Anything to make the hard job a little easier.
How nice of you to lend him some.
It's the least you could do.
That sounds useful.
Nobody wants to get sick on Christmas.
Whatever you say, Mom.
They gotta eat too.
Hopefully this taught you about the power of veggies.
Now that's dedication.
The whole family got in on it.
That sounds like a lot of fun.
Except for maybe having to clean it up.
Sounds like they went the extra mile for you.
Just be careful up there.
I'm sure you all didn't mind.
Double the presents.
I would just eat them myself.
It's the healthier option.
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