For my part, I want to be proactive in talking to my kids about climate change. I want to teach them the science for sure, but I also want them to feel like our family is already making a difference.
I have no idea the age of my youngest reader, so I will tread lightly in this post. I want to talk about jolly old Saint Nick, and how parents first talk to their kids about how Santa Claus is…incredibly magical and capable of so many supernatural things. Go with me here.
I wonder what the most common questions are from kids when they realize that Santa Claus is…really that amazing. Things like:
- “Mom, can Reindeer really fly?” Yes Jimmy, they’re magic!
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