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Portable North Pole

30 Nov


Kids love writing and receiving letters from Santa Clause during the weeks leading to Christmas. Every year, we usually try to write the standard post-office letter to santa and get a reply within a few days. As nice as it is, younger kids can’t read their own letters from Santa, a video from Santa would be even better bringing a special moment to an already magical time of year.

I was recently introduced to a new way to send a Santa message to your little ones with Portable North Pole (PNP). PNP is a free customizable video message from Santa for kids and adults who still believe ;-). Totally customizable, you can have Santa say your child’s name, open a book with their photos, trace the route from the North Pole to your home and let them know what Santa might be putting under the tree at Christmas.


We thought this was a really great idea for our little ones, not to mention really neat! It brings Santa’s magic to life right before your childs eyes, surprising them that Santa really does know if you’ve been naughty or nice!

It’s very easy to get started making your children their very own video from Santa too! Visit: http://portablenorthpole.ca and follow the easy steps to create a really neat video your child and you will remember for years to come. We are going to be making our daughter her own special video, who knows who else we will send them to!

PNP is also offered in french at http://www.perenoelportable.ca/accueil.

Also, for you iphone owners there is a PNP app you can download for free from the app store to keep track of everything Santa including a password protected “Parents Zone” for shopping lists and keeping track of the videos you make on the site.

Hope you have as much fun with this as we did!

*This is not a sponsored post. All comments and opinions are honest and my own*

– Posted by @AMotherhoodBlog

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3 Comments

Posted by on November 30, 2010 in A Motherhood Experience

 

3 responses to “Portable North Pole

  1. Lynn MacDonald

    December 1, 2010 at 10:39 am

    it’s too bad that my kids are long past this stage although i think my oldest was about 17 when i had to break the news to her that “there was no Santa Claus”. Her reply, “Oh great! and i suppose you’re going to tell me theres no Tooth Fairy either?” hahahaha…thanks for dropping by my blog. i’ve actually met some great people and i’m enjoying it…it’s just A LOT OF WORK..(for me)

     
  2. Evelynn Mcgreal

    December 13, 2010 at 9:57 am

    Most what i read online is trash and copy paste but you definitely add value. Bravo.

     

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