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My children are 5 and 3 and believe in Santa - they know that the Santa at the mall is his helper.  Recently, Santa came to their school for their Christmas pictures and I asked my son whether he was the real santa or helper and he said real.  Hopefully, this will last a few more years although I'm sure when he hits big school there will be spoilers around.

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A personalized picture from Catch a Character is the perfect gift for any child… PROOF that their favorite fictional character is not only real, but was actually ‘Caught on Camera’ in their very own home! Kids will be amazed when they see the "proof" and you'll be a Hero! Throughout the year, choose from other characters such as The Easter Bunny and The Tooth Fairy.

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Since we are only 7 days away from Christmas this will be a quick contest with one mandatory entry

Comment below telling me whether your child believes in Santa?
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Patrice said:

Up until last year I had one who believed, but now they are all too big! We still have a wonderful Christmas.

Unknown said:

I have a 4 yr old little girl who is so excited for santa to come visit her. She is very much a beliver and i can't wait for her to wake up on Christmas morning to her presents that santa brought.

Katrina said:

My daughter is 2 and a believer!

ykatrina at hotmail dot com

colleen said:

My children are 18 and 11. They absolutely believe in Santa and all the magic of the season!

Carly said:

My daughters, 5 (3 days after Christmas) and my 3 y/o, are believers! It is truly amazing how such innocence can bring Christmas joy and the spirit of Christmas to life! Merry Christmas!

Kirsten said:

My older son, 12, doesn't believe any more, but he's done a great job helping his brother, 10, keep his belief alive this year!

Brook Holden said:

My six year old twins still believe but my VERY mature 7 year is starting to not believe. I'm hoping that since Santa is bringing him a BB gun this year (he knows mommy would never buy him one) he may believe at least one more year. But I think a picture to prove it would be just what he needs.

Lori said:

My kids are 8 and 4. They both believe but hte 8 year old is getting skeptical. This would be so awesome....

Alicia A. said:

My baby is too young to get it but *I* still believe for sure! :)

happyleesh at gmail dot com

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