Thomas Nast Christmas – Nineteenth century political cartoonist Thomas Nast was among the most influential people of his time, and chances are he’s still influencing the lives of millions of young people today, more than a century after his death.
I want to take this time to wish all my readers and their families a very Merry ChristMas. Check out these Christmas related blog post. Jesus is the reason for this Season. Christmas is about celebrating our Saviors Birth, Jesus Christ. #MerryCHRISTmas #CHRISTmas
Leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus – The practice of leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus is a Christmas Eve tradition.
Do you know the names of Santa in other countries. Did you know he dresses different and his physique is also different in other countries than what’s imaged in the US? #SantaClaus #Santa #Christmas
Tips for visiting a store Santa – Discover the ways to make a visit with Santa a pleasant experience.
Before the modern Santa Claus lived a very real and generous individual named Nicholas.The man behind the beard, St. Nicholas – Every Christmas Eve, children go to bed eagerly anticipating a visit from Santa Claus. This merry gentleman is purported to visit the home of every good girl and boy, delivering gifts and cheer along the way. Who exactly is this man behind the beard? #Christmas #SantaClaus #StNicholas
Santa’s List Day – He’s checking his list, he’s checking it twice. He’s gonna find out who’s been naught or nice.
To Remind the World of the Love Jesus Gave – This is a good poem, very similar to Twas the Night Before Christmas. It talks about the first Christmas and Santa too!
Drop and Run Santa. Play Santa and leave a wrapped gift on a strangers or loved ones door. You then, knock on the door and run. Almost like dingdong ditch, but you leave a gift instead of leaving nothing.
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer – Adults and children alike are familiar with the tale of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” Did you know Rudolph almost had a blue nose and a different name? #Rudolph