It's like you're responding before you even read what I say. I never said anything about telling my kids that Santa is real. I do not believe in Santa, so I won't tell my kids that he is real. I'm just saying thar you don't have to tell random kids that believe in Santa that he isn't real.
"NachozRule" wrote:telling kids that santa is real = bad parenting
"RainbowRockstar" wrote:I'm only twelve years old, you expect me to know how to be a parent? If you have kids someday, you can teach them that Santa is not real, but you do not have to be mean to kids who you don't even know.
"RainbowRockstar" wrote:These kids are either going to eventually stop believing in Santa or keep believing in him for the rest of their lives. You need to just accept that.
"RainbowRockstar" wrote:Once, on a TV show, there was a conversation that went like this: Father: Why did you say that? Daughter: You told me to always tell the truth. Father: Yes, but I didn't tell you to tell the truth at the WRONG TIME!
"RainbowRockstar" wrote:I don't believe in Santa either, but I still don't like it when people try to convince kids that he isn't real, or make fun of kids who believe in him! You should have simply said "No, I do not believe in Santa."
Santa isn't real and whoever thinks different is dummbbbbbbb.
But the kidz have to know the TRUTH.
It's never the wrong time to tell the truth about something as insignificant as Santa!!!!
parenting = your doing it wrong
never telling them that he's not real = bad parenting
There's gotta be more to life
Than chasin' down every temporary high
To satisfy me
'Cause the more that I'm
Trippin' up thinkin' there must be more to life
Well, there's life, but I'm sure
There's gotta be more...