Our Family trip to see Santa

Our Family Trip to See Santa

Just like most families around this time of the year we get our kids and we take the annual trip to go have our kids sit on Santa’s lap. Usually every year we take Jesse to see the Santa at our local Cabela’s. They have the best background behind Santa while the children and the parents go sit in Santa’s sleigh with Santa and they have a staff member take a photo. The best part was the photos with santa were free and the whole family was able to sit in the sleigh for the picture.

 unfortunately we were slightly pressed for time and was not able to meet their Santa schedule. So Sunday night my family and my brother who we invite to go everywhere with us were taking our annually drive through The Enchantment in the Park and low and behold Santa was there. So we braved the extremely strong winds that evening and made our way to Santa’s little village so that our son could go sit on Santa’s Lap. Obviously this was not the set up like Cabela’s, however it was done very nicely and had a lot of activities the whole family could enjoy which was great!  There was an area set up outside of Santa’s house that had a bunch of wooden cutout that you could stick your head in for photo ops. slides for the kids to go down and a few other lite up decorations. They even had an elf greeting people and a Mrs. Clause where the children could sit on her lap while they waited to sit on Santa’s lap. With all these Extras who could go wrong. We did have to bring our own camera for the pictures with Santa but my camera is attached to me at the hip so I had no worries in that department. All in all it turned out to be a very nice evening despite the strong winds and the cold weather, but I do live in Wisconsin so I really can’t expect less. Here are some of the pictures from our night with Santa


Merry Christmas to your family from ours!

About smalltownmama08

I am a small town girl and my beautiful family and I are now living in the town i grew up in. I am a stay at home mother and a full time student.

Posted on December 21, 2011, in christmas, Family and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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