At Christmas should I tell my sister’s kids that there is no Santa?
- LizLv 59 months agoFavourite answer
Well, there isn't such a person and perhaps it's best to leave that to your sister.
According to the popular view, the Santa Claus myth owes its origin to Saint Nicholas, Archbishop of Myra in Asia Minor, now Turkey. The designation “Santa Claus” may owe its origin to the word Sinterklaas, a corruption of the Dutch terms for “Saint Nicholas.” Historically and Biblically, Santa Claus has nothing in common with Jesus Christ.
- Anonymous9 months ago
sure go for it, the buggers need to know mom is lying to them
- LynnmarieLv 79 months ago
No. Just let their parents deal with it. It's not your business and could cause a rift in the family.
- RobinLv 79 months ago
no its not your place to do so