Maggie’s Clubs Santas Hideout

This year I have found out about A modern take on a timeless tradition, letters to Santa. I have three children who love sending lists to Santa every year for what they want under that Christmas tree. My children realize Santa can not get everything present they wish for but it’s fun to have them send mail and sometimes even get return letters from Santa. Imagine the surprise when Santa actually gets them at least one of their wish list items? The children love this magical experience but sometimes it’s hard on parents to get the lists to Santa with the busy holiday hussle and bussle.

I found a new mom heaven, Santas Hideout! You can even share the lists created for each child from Santas Hideout with friends and family making Santas Hideout Mom’s secret weapon this holiday season! The kids can enjoy the Santas Hideout website while still leaving the parents in control, basically the children can create their own lists but parents set the limits on purchase amount, list number total and much more. For example, I set up my Santas Hideout account so that each of my children can have 10 items on their list with the largest price of any item being $50, except for Ki who is the oldest as I set her limit per item to $100.The children create their lists and Santa knows what they want or friends and family too because parents can share the lists easily within the parental control panel.

You can purchase the gift items online and they can get checked off the list on Santas Hideout, this will keep the magic alive but ensure there are less duplicate gifts this holiday season!

Basically, in a nutshell —  Santas Hideout makes for  Safe, easy & magical gifting.

Connect with Santas Hideout online via Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Oh and don’t forget to add Santas Hideout on Google +


This post is sponsored by Maggies Clubs but oh I am very thankful for them showing me Santas Hideout!

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