How I Found Out About Santa


How I found out about Santa

Greeting peeps!

I hope you’re all having a great day!!!!! I’m very happy because these days *yesterday and today* we had no school so I had plenty of time to make more posts for blogmas!!!

So today I decided you would totally feel interested in me cause I’m famous, so why not make a storytime? You’re welcome in advance. 😛 Today I’ll tell you more or less how I found out about Santa and how annoying kids had been for years about le topic.

So here goes nothing…


DISCLAIMER:

  1. If you’re a kid, you aren’t supposed to be here.
  2. If there’s anything I say in this post that offends you or that you don’t agree with, just know that it isn’t my intention and I’m sorry.
  3. If you’re a parent or about to be one, take notes, not only for your kid, but for other kids and the sake of society. 🙏🙏

How I Found Out About Santa:

So since I was about 8 I started hearing kids saying Santa doesn’t exists and the 3 wise men didn’t either and blah blah… And I was like: yeah well, no one has seen god, no one has seen magic, no one has seen santa… I guess they’re sceptical because of that.

But then some of them said that they knew because THEIR PARENTS TOLD THEM SO. What?

What kind of a bitter, frustrated grinch would tell their kids that Santa doesn’t exist?! I mean, I get it, you’re technically lying to them for no reason, but dude, it is supposedly done to make kids excited about Christmas and make them really happy, it’s a tradition!!! T-R-A-D-I-T-I-O-N, you illiterate dumb head!Resultado de imagen de grinch gif

And then because of them, everyone in school was told so. And this is what makes me the most angry about it, it’s totally fine of you wanna ruin you kid’s illusion, but kids are everything but discrete, they will tell everyone, DIDN’T YOU THINK ABOUT THAT WHEN YOU TOLD THEM? Well, I guess you didn’t really care.

8 years old dude, how in the world? And did you tell them how kids were effing made? Ya depraved @$$hole?Imagen relacionada

I still didn’t wanna believe it. I actually told my parents and they were like no, they’re just doing it to make y’all sad, they’re bitter and unhappy. I believed it. I also thought if they’re parents told them, maybe they wanted to take credit of Santa’s work because they’re cheap af. 😂😂 That sound like a good reason to me.

That worked out pretty well until I was about 10 or 11 and then EVERYBODY knew either because they caught their parents, because they got told, because other kids had told them… And also, maybe it was time? I mean, you can’t go to high school believing Santa exists, right? 😅😅Imagen relacionada

The thing was telling my parents I knew 😂😂 Like imagine, I had to tell my parents I knew!!! 😂😂😂

I remember this pretty well: we were in the car going to the supermarket and we were talking about idk what, but it was about Christmas, and I was super subtle, I was like: I know it’s you, don’t worry or something. They for some reason got like silent, and then I don’t remember what they said but I think we talked about how Christmas would be from then on…

Cause now I get some presents I’ve asked them for, like, we go buy them and stuff, and then other presents are a surprise 😝

🎁🎁🎁

Share your thoughts with me!

How did you find out? Was it because of other kids? Did your parents tell you? What do you think is the ideal age for telling kids? How do you do Xmas now? Do you celebrate Christmas? Tell meeeeeeeeeeeeeee

I hope you liked this post as much as I liked making it!!!!! I didn’t think I was gonna end up critizing parents hehe. I hope you have an amazing day/night and blogmas!!!! See ya next time!

Massive hugs!
Ana Regina 🎀

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6 thoughts on “How I Found Out About Santa

  1. Ooh I love this post. I found out after discovering presents which had from Santa written on it but I had my doubts before that. The problem is, I have to be so careful as as far as I’m aware my brother still believes and I don’t want to be the one to break the illusion. It’s tough and I can’t tell if he genuinely does or not!

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