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Santa Came to My House….Twice

Okay, so in my household my mom finds it to be of her best interest to put all of our Christmas presents, including from “Santa,” to come at least a week early…..and I’m not joking. My mom put out so many presents a week early, and she still wasn’t done shopping so she ended up putting more out two days before Christmas.

The first time Santa came was last Friday, and then he came again on Sunday night.

 

Even though my youngest sister is 17 and my mom leaves our presents before Christmas Eve, she still insists to put that our gifts are from “Santa.” While this is nice and reminds me of my childhood, it’d remind me a lot more if Santa left gifts the night of Christmas eve and not the week prior.

P.s. Mom – I love you! ;)

4 Responses to Santa Came to My House….Twice

  1. Even though my youngest sister is 17 and my mom leaves our presents before Christmas Eve

  2. Teresa says:

    Love you to son….I’ll try to remember

  3. Butler Admission says:

    Your moms sounds pretty cool! I love that my parents still do the same thing and I’m way beyond that age. Good memories.

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