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good holiday websites?

4 years 2 months ago #173363 by Keytagreest
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18 years 5 months ago #125871 by Bertha
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have you tried www.northpole.com .They have a little village with all sorts of stuff your child can do. I know it keeps mine pretty busy.
18 years 5 months ago #125870 by ptohyeah
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We use www.emailsanta.com

It's GREAT!
18 years 5 months ago #125869 by mum24kids
Is it this site? www.santaclaus.com
18 years 5 months ago #125868 by C. Brooks
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The last couple of years we have emailed Santa. Can't remember that site either. Any one know where I could go?
18 years 5 months ago #125867 by C. Brooks
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We have elf bowling! It is really cute but I keep it muted because potty humor is just not my thing. My husband and I play it as much as our boys do.

Is norad the one that tracks Santa? We did that one year. I think that is so cute. My boys are 9 (thinks he is about 20) and 10. I am assuming they still believe in the jolly ol' elf since I do ;) so I would love to track Santa on Christmas Eve.
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