Santa Breakfast

Whenever Santa Claus is coming to town it's an exciting time for kids and adults alike, but no one likes waiting in line at the mall.

To get around this, host a breakfast (or lunch) with the main man himself to ensure a more enjoyable experience for everyone involved. This could be hosted in a cafeteria or a local hall, whichever works best. Saturday and Sunday mornings aren't often in high demand as far as venues go, so you might be able to negotiate a lower price.

Serve out your breakfast buffet style and include all of the usual favorites (such as pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, Belgian waffles, and some toast). Add in some Christmas decorations and try and get hold of a throne or a big comfy chair for your Santa Claus to sit in. Getting the help of a professional or amateur photographer is a must.

Call up the tables one by one to meet with Santa — each child can sit in Santa's lap and tell him what they want for Christmas as usual. It might be a good idea to have a box or basket available for the kids' wish lists.

Give everyone who attends a souvenir picture as a record of the event.

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