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December 20, 2012
Should parents lie about Santa?
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When Santa visited Emily Burr's house when she was a child, he didn't bother to hide his tracks.

His reindeer left teeth marks on the carrot sticks Burr and her three siblings had set out for them, and Santa's milk and cookies were half-eaten in the morning.

"We knew that Santa got milk and cookies wherever he went so he didn't want to eat too much of them," said Burr, now a graduate student in marriage and family therapy at Kansas State University.
12/20/12 4:59 AM
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