Has your child written to Santa this season?

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Has your child written to Santa this season? Passion Java as Santa Claus

The Chronicle

Yvonne Ncube, Showbiz Reporter
CHRISTMAS is quickly approaching, and Santa Claus is making his way to town to reward all of the good little children who have shown excellent behaviour all year round.

While the good kids get candy, toys and their dreams made a reality, the bad kids get coal or nothing. Because of this belief, many toddlers start behaving during this time of year.

Santa, also known as Father Christmas will skate from the snowing North Pole and slide his way down the Chimney to deliver the children’s presents.

Or rather in his white fur collar and cuffs, white-fur-cuffed red trousers, red hat with white fur, black leather belt and boots, the chubby, jolly, white-bearded old man, often with spectacles will fly on his magic sleigh led by his reindeer.

With his huge bag full of presents Santa will leave his cosy home to deliver the presents on time, which is on Christmas Eve, he will tick and make sure to reward every child recorded in his big book list.

As big as he is and as big as his bag is, Santa will fit through the reinforced Chimney hole laughing HO! HO! HO!
This is the heavenly illusion that runs through the mind of every bundle of joy out there, an illusion probably adopted from Western television programmes.

However, in order for the child’s dream to come true, he or she must write a letter to Santa telling him about their wishes and how they have behaved throughout the year.

Although Santa does not exist in reality, it is vital for parents to fill that void in the manner of a disguise in order to keep the fantasy alive.

It is customary for parents to be their children’s Santa during their formative years.

Childhood is the loveliest period of one’s life, as any adult will attest. As a result, it is critical to make that time memorable and special for your child.

Of course, the small gifts will soon become ancient in terms of taste, but the memories they hold will last a lifetime.

Several studies have found that a child’s childhood experiences impact who they will become as adults, as well as their behaviours.

The findings go on to imply that these experiences will influence how they treat their children.

The experiences children have in early childhood shape the brain and the child’s capacity to learn, get along with others, and respond to daily stresses and challenges.

As a result, a happy childhood for today’s generation predicts happy adolescence for future generations.

Children thrive in nurturing environments that encourage them to explore and engage safely with the world around them and support them to fulfil their potential.

This is in accordance with parents’ wishes to provide their children with the greatest childhood possible because this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that they will remember for the rest of their lives.

Although some may complain about financial restrictions, it is critical to keep this token on a budget because it is honoured once a year.

You may discover that children pour their hearts out in the letter containing their dreams and wishes. This may be the right opportunity for parents to know what those little hearts with bigger dreams contain.

A small gift of toys, clothes, or ice cream can make a lifetime for the bundle of joy.

Has your child written to Santa Claus this season?

What are you waiting for if you haven’t already? Make your child’s childhood a remarkable one and the memories will remain forever. – @SeehYvonne

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