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Santa Talks To My Kids… The Magic Of Technology

Personal PNP Message From SantaMy small people woke up this morning pretty darn confident that they KNEW Santa had been in our home.  And they were also fairly certain they knew what Santa had draged down teh chimney for them.  And it isn’t because they asked.  It isn’t simply they had been good this year. (though they KNEW they had been).

It was because Santa TOLD them he was working on the perfect gift for them…. in fact, he even hinted at what that gift would be.

You see… my small people received personalized videos from Santa via Portable North Pole. One for Delaney. And one for Cooper.  In the videos, Santa calls them by name, the kids see pictures of themselves… special moments from this past year, he talks about what the elves are working on for them and even mentions their home state.

This is the magic of techonology… watch my small people react to seeing the video for the first time….

And this morning?  We talked about it all over again.

Santa. Sent. A. Video. To. My. Kids.

He called them by name.

He hinted at their presents.

And then he delivered.

Magic.

A big thanks to Energizer for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

Read more from Danielle on Babble and her personal sites ExtraordinaryMommy and DanielleSmithMedia.

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