Whatever you say, Spock.
Originally Posted by "bighead384
I mean, I agree that imagination is healthy for children to have, but this is a little too strong. I know plenty of parents who have made the decision to not make Santa a part of their children's upbringing, and to make Christmas more about the family. I might do it myself when I have kids. The only thing that would hold me back, actually, is worrying that my kids will run around telling other kids that Santa isn't real, and subsequently getting angry phone calls from other parents. But I'm uncomfortable putting myself in a position where I would later have to tell my kids that something I told them myself, something that I chose to raise them on, was a lie. Imagination is good, but kids imagine plenty on their own. My 3-year old cousin dresses up and pretends to be Spiderman. No one told him to do that; he just likes Spiderman.
Originally Posted by "Melyssa K" Kennedy
"LIVE OR DIE, MAN??"