Thursday, December 1, 2011

A few (free) excellent holiday websites for kids and family.

I wanted to share two websites with you.  Both are Christmas oriented, FYI.

The first website:
This website sends a personalized message from Santa to your child.  It is VERY well done.  It takes a few minutes to enter in all of the information, but when done, Santa sends a video to you, where he says your child's name, puts their name in the "good/bad list machine" (you can pick which list your child belongs in) and talks to him/her about a gift he wanted.  Santa also talks about some events that happened to your child over the past year, so having pictures available on your computer is helpful.  When Rachel got up a few days ago, I told her that she received a video from Santa, and she was open-eyed when she saw it.

The site also has videos for family and colleagues, but I haven't tried them out yet.

The second website:

This website requires a few pictures of you and your family.  You can put your family's faces on dancing elves, and the dance routines are hilarious.  We did a disco holiday dance and a rock n' roll holiday concert song.

On another note, here's a picture of Rachel from this year when she saw Santa for the first time.  Her face is priceless.

If you know of any great holiday websites, please share them! 

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