Tag Archives: Santa Claus

Yes, sweetie, you may touch your elf

We have a standing rule at Casa de Phouka:  Peanut may touch his Scout Elf once a day.  We’ve lifted him up to feel the elves when they made a hanging carousel out of his and his sister’s underpants and our … Continue reading

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Santa Knows Braille, and He Writes a Lovely Letter, Too

We’ve participated in this program for a few years now, and it’s absolutely delightful.  Santa’s mailing comes in both print and braille, so it’s easy for parents who aren’t fluent in braille yet to read the letter to their children … Continue reading

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Holidays in Crestwood is Coming Soon!

One of the best things I’ve discovered since we’ve been part of the CCVI family is the Holidays in Crestwood.  My first year, I volunteered at Breakfast with Santa and was awed by the attention to detail at that event … Continue reading

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Santa Reads Braille!

Of course Santa can read and write braille!  He knows when you’re sleeping, he knows when you’re awake, he knows if you’ve been bad or good, he can deliver toys worldwide in under 24 hours–reading and writing braille is on the … Continue reading

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Letters to Santa

Everyone should be able to write to Santa Claus.  Santa has partnered with the National Federation of the Blind to ensure just that blind and vision-impaired kids can get letters from Santa, too.  The NFB’s news release is below: National Federation … Continue reading

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