t's not easy being Santa. A lot of people think it's just a one-day-a-year sort of thing, but Santa has work to do all year-round! There's keeping up with Naughty and Nice lists, making all those toys, and don't even get us started on all the work it is to take care of reindeer!
Of course, as hard as Santa works, he's got nothing on parents. Their jobs are tons of work 24/7/365 — and there's so much pressure surrounding them during the holiday season. There's the gift buying, the gift building (only to give Santa credit for the gifts! Where's the fairness in that?), the elf-on-the-shelf-arranging, and the 198,309,825 other things that come along with celebrating the holidays with their kids.
For parents who have chosen to separate or divorce, the holiday season often comes with additional challenges. How do you explain to your kids that Santa will be able to visit them at both houses? Luckily, someone saw that need and decided to solve it with a clever website.
The holidays are a magical time for just about everyone, but especially for kids.
The holidays are prime times to create those formative memories! Maybe the traditions you start with your kids now will be things they remember forever and implement in their own lives!
For kids with divorced parents, though, the holidays can sometimes be met with certain challenges.
Kids who count on Santa to visit their homes can sometimes struggle with some of the logistics the big man with the bag has to contend with (How does he get to all those houses in just one night? What if we don’t have a chimney?).
But for kids whose parents are divorced, there’s another set of issues they may have to deal with.
You see, kids with two different homes often celebrate Christmas twice — usually on two different days.
In some cases, they might celebrate with mom on Christmas Eve, and celebrate with dad on Christmas day. (Or vice versa, or some other arrangement the parents have made).
But how does Santa know where to find them?
Luckily, there’s now a website that can help allay kids’ worries about this very issue.