The old fashioned pen (or crayon) and paper letter to Santa is still very popular, but technology has changed how we all communicate.
Most people don’t send each other letters anymore through the post office. We call, text, chat, email, Skype and much more.
So, how do you help your child let Santa and your relatives know what your child would like for Christmas?
Do you send letters to Santa through the post office or email them?
My son in not yet old enough to write a letter to Santa or even dictate one, but I’ve started an Amazon gift list for family member who aren’t really sure what to get for him. I’m happy to have relatives give him what they want, but many already ask us what to get for him, so it seemed an easy way to show everyone the kinds of things he was interested in.
Amazon, Toys R Us and a number of other online stores offer registries where you or your child can let others know what presents your child has his or her eye on.
What works best for your family? Do you like another registry site that you want to share with your neighbors? Tell us in the comments section below.