Make sure you help track Santa at www.noradsanta.com It's fun and educational

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Make sure you help track Santa at www.noradsanta.com It's fun and educational

P'Gell P'Gell
While preparing for Christmas, I've been keeping track of Santa's Progress via

Santa Tracker Via NORAD The soldiers who man the NORAD station actually narrate the different locations and you can see where he is and see interesting things about where he has been.

My Little One (she's eleven) thinks "It's Stupid. I'm not a baby."

But, I'm having a good time, when I have a spare moment to see where "Santa" is supposed to be.

We never did a lot with Santa with our kids, it was never a big deal, but due to the great educational content of the NORAD site, we've always looked at the site on Christmas Eve.

Have a good time. You can make the individual videos bigger or see them on YouTube. I like them on NoradSanta.

Merry Christmas.

12/24/2010
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Love it. My oldest rolled her eyes but the young one one got real excited and asked if I would put it on their computer so he could watch the progress.
12/24/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Love it. My oldest rolled her eyes but the young one one got real excited and asked if I would put it on their computer so he could watch the progress.
I'm glad, at least your little one is enjoying it. It's so cute.

My babies are growing up. My youngest is at the age where anything "baby" is just too weird and she's too grown up.

I'm trying to get My Man in here, but he's running around like a chicken with his head cut off. I baked cookies, and the Baby Jesus cake (I make a cake and we sing Happy Birthday) and washed the new dishes, wrapped presents and got our oven fixed and did laundry and cleaned already today. I still have time for Santa!
12/24/2010
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by P'Gell
I'm glad, at least your little one is enjoying it. It's so cute.

My babies are growing up. My youngest is at the age where anything "baby" is just too weird and she's too grown up.

I'm trying to get My Man ...
Busy day, eh?

I took the youngest out sledding, then we loaded up on wood for the stove (filled the wood bin), then took care of the chickens and put feed out for the deer. On the way back inside for hot chocolate, one of the dogs broke the front window. So, now I have to get some wood to patch it up. Honestly, this has been one hell of a week for us, both goo and bad.

That site put a nice smile on my face, so thanks for that. We all need a good smile when things get to us.
12/24/2010
Illusional Illusional
Wow... that's totally nifty
12/24/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Busy day, eh?

I took the youngest out sledding, then we loaded up on wood for the stove (filled the wood bin), then took care of the chickens and put feed out for the deer. On the way back inside for hot chocolate, one of the dogs broke the ...
I'm glad I could help.

We had a broken window a few Christmases ago, courtesy of our youngest one. We have a piece of plastic window over it, nice and trashy. It's an old house and replacing the old window glass is prohibitively expensive. They can't be taken out and My Man really doesn't have time to do it (it broke about 2 or more years ago, she was rocking on one of the recliner chairs and My Man and I both said at the exact same moment, "DON'T. You are going to break that......." CRASH! Thank God she didn't get hurt. It scared her, though.

Sounds like you had a really nice Christmas in the country.
12/28/2010
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