Waiting in line for hours, screaming children, snotty noses, all in the name of getting a photo with Santa Claus? It's understandable that you'd think twice when it comes to deciding whether or not you're willing to take your kid to sit on Santa's lap this holiday season. If you're not willing to brave the madness for a snapshot with Santa, you're going to need to know how to deal with relatives who shame you for not taking your kid to see Santa Claus.
When it comes down to it, it's really nobody's business but your own if you take your child to see Santa or not. But sometimes, it can be hard to put your foot down for your family, especially if taking you to see Santa was one of their esteemed holiday traditions. Though it might not be what your family wants to hear, you've got to stand up and stand your ground concerning Santa-gate. If you need a solid stash of answers to give your family when they pester you about why you didn't take your kid to see Santa, there are plenty. So if your family's going to shame you for not taking your kid to see Santa this season, read on and prepare yourself with plenty of answers to combat that so-called-Santa-shame.