'Mob Wives' Star Carla Facciolo Tells Her Kids: 'Santa Isn't What He Seems'

Sat, December 24, 2011 5:00pm EST by 4 Comments
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Stella

Posted at 9:59 AM on December 25, 2011  

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Shelly

Posted at 8:20 PM on December 24, 2011  

I don’t blame her. The kids think Santa is magical just like I did when I was little even though I used to wonder how could one man make it to everyone’s house in one night and how could he get in a house if it had no chimney.
I think kids should be told the truth but no one in my family agrees with me so rather than have my entire family ready to kill me I keep my mouth shut. lol.

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Jamie

Posted at 5:25 PM on December 25, 2011  

Kids deserve to not have their childhood and their innocence ripped away so early. There’s no harm in having them believe in something like Santa when they’re little, but at the age of 9 they should know the truth by then. But, this whole ‘kids should be told the truth’ argument I strongly disagree with. What’s wrong with letting them believe in something positive? This is exactly why this country is going to hell in a handbasket so quickly.

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Ali Eyuboglu

Posted at 5:42 PM on December 24, 2011  

Türkiye’den sevgiler…

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