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    Default Do you leave snacks for Santa?

    Do you leave snacks for Santa? If so, what?

    We baked cookies last year and i will be today too, maybe the start of an xmas tradition!!

    We leave a carrot for the reindeer and DD made special reindeer food at kindy.
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    We're making gingerbread reindeer for Santa and the reindeer and leaving out a beer which this year will be poured down the sink.

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    We had an early Christmas due to my husbands work schedule, so Santa has already been.

    Santa had milk and a cheese stick this year, master 4s request. The reindeer also had a carrot

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    Santa gets fruit and some yogurt. Why? The kids say after all the treat food other kids give, santa would need some healthy food for his sore tummy.

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    We are leaving out a carrot and some grass for the reindeer, and fruit and milk for Santa (he gets too many treats so needs something healthy!)

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    Reindeers get carrot, grass & water
    Santa we haven't decided what ever the girls pick out of the cupboard

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    The reindeer get lettuce and a bucket of water.
    Santa gets a beer and some chocolate.

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    Whatever veggie or fruit is going a bit yuck in the fridge for the reindeer. Santa gets a cookie and a glass of milk. No alcohol here, Santa shouldn't drink and fly ;-)

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    We make cookies for Santa every year. So Santa gets a couple of cookies and a glass of milk. The reindeer get carrots.

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    Santa will get a ginger bread man and glass of milk. The reindeer will get a carrot and if we get time today, we'll make some reindeer food.


 

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