Are you the tooth fairy?At this point, I don't think Andrew believes (or cares for) the tooth fairy anymore. Just last week, he lost his third tooth this year and it was also the third time he didn't care to put it under the pillow for "the tooth fairy." Before, the two big boys were so excited to see how much money she will leave them. But now he's disenchanted. He once asked Lynn, "Are you the tooth fairy?" She asked him why he thought that. "Because she has the same hand writing as you!" Busted.
Santa must be a ghost.And the other day I was (unintentionally) listening in on a conversion between the two big boys and Andrew made the comment, "Santa must be a ghost. He's been doing this for thousands of years. Christmas has been going on for thousands of years. He's been around forever." Judging by his tone and frustration, I don't think he believes anymore.
So at what point do you tell them the truth? I'm all for never telling them and letting them discover it on their own, which is going to happen sooner than later. But I also don't what them ruining it for the little ones, Tyson and Elliot. So if I tell them now, maybe they can be in on our secret. But if I don't tell them, they might poison the minds of the little ones into not believing. What are we to do?
Anyway, here are their Christmas lists, which will be sent to who knows where. Tyson kept saying that he didn't want his list sent to Santa. Why? Because he's terrified of Santa. (shaking my head)