Loretta A. Ragsdell asks:

Cassandra Hyshaw

“Santa, because there is a Santa, and I want them to believe in a Santa. I have two children, a 1-year-old and a 2-year-old. I take them to go see him.”

Gregory Murphy

“They knew they were from me because they saw their presents before Christmas. When they were children, I told them they were from Santa, but as they got older I told them they were from me.”

KeYanna Adams

“I don’t have children. My mother told me my gifts were from Santa, but I didn’t believe her. I stopped believing in Santa when I became about 10 or 9.”

Cordell Hatley

“You know, I tell my children that the gifts are from Santa Claus just because of the whole season and everything. When they get older, they’ll know they’re from their parents and that we really care about them, but for the sake of the season, I let them believe in Santa Claus.”

Diamond Clark

“My mother told me my gifts were from Santa Claus, but I knew they were from her. I just went along with it to get the presents.”

Jennifer Morris

“Me, the mama because I buy them and my daughter doesn’t believe in Santa Claus. As she got older, she knew better.”