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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    I think it's great. ..Saw it on my news feed too....
    But I would love it at Christmas time! Not in November!

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    It could be because there is less crowds and exposure to lights, decorations etc that could cause children to be overwhelmed

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    It could be because there is less crowds and exposure to lights, decorations etc that could cause children to be overwhelmed
    Yeah true. I would think it's also hard to explain and understand though that santa isn't coming for another 7 or so weeks! Lol.
    I have some friends who have kids with the same syndrome as my daughter which can include lots of sensory stuff. .. They love Christmas and totally wouldn't get how long it is to wait! It's like Christmas in her house all year long!
    Funny. Still is a great idea.

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    We contemplated doing this with DS2 last year but we found a shopping centre that did santa photos in a separate room, so even though the shops were busy the room santa was in wasnt, so he coped really well considering...

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