Giveaway: Win Breakfast with Santa tickets for your family!

This giveaway is closed. Congratulations to Paulette Pattengill who won the tickets!

The upcoming “Breakfast with Santa” event on Dec. 9th is going to be so much fun and we’ve got 4 FREE tickets for one lucky Northwest Arkansas mama and her family!

Every member of your family will be smiling from ear to ear when you enter this winter wonderland. Your morning of fun will begin as you are seated by some of Santa’s favorite helpers to enjoy a hot, delicious breakfast.

Next, you’ll be guided to arts and crafts stations where the kids can make gifts to take home. Sit down to write your family’s own letter to Santa, and then you’ll be ushered into your personal meet-and-greet with the big guy himself! Tell Santa what you’re wishing for, deliver your letter, and pose for a family photo before you pick up your very own swag bag filled with goodies and gifts the whole family can enjoy.

All ages are welcome to join the festive fun, and families are encouraged! Tickets are $15 per person, and are available for timed breakfast seatings. These 4 free tickets are for the 9:30 breakfast!

This magical morning, to be held at First Christian Church of Rogers, will benefit Micah House NWA, which provides mentoring in a structured home environment for young men 18 to 25 who have aged out of foster care/group homes and/or who have been orphaned by essential support systems.

HOW TO ENTER: If you’d love to win these 4 tickets to Breakfast with Santa, click on the word “comments” (right under the headline of this post) and scroll down to the bottom of the comments posted by other moms. Then write a quick comment telling us about your favorite Santa memory. It could be one from your own childhood or one that’s more recent involving your own kids.

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  1. The other day my twins realized it was December so one said to the other “Well, you know it’s gonna smell like Santa from now on.” I asked “What does Santa smell like?” and the other twin answered “You know Santa smells like milk and cookies!”

  2. My favorite Santa memories are being made currently, seeing the excitement and holiday spirit of my 6-year-old. He loves Santa and everything about Christmas.

  3. My favorite memory about Santa and Christmas morning is the fact that my husband and I are always the first ones out of bed and debate on whether or not to wake the children! All the commercials show the kids waking up first but still to this day with a 13, 5, and 2 year old we’re the first ones up and so excited about Santa coming!!

  4. My son was 1 and I worked very hard (3 weeks) on making a homemade Santa costume for my husband so he could dress up and deliver gifts the morning of Christmas. We woke up that morning and rushed down stairs and there were no gifts and then my husband dressed as Santa came in and surprised our son. He gave him all his gifts, had a cookie with him and then left . My son was so happy and excited. Then my husband came in as himself and pointed to a gift from Santa with wrapping paper with little Santa faces on it and said “who’s that guy? “ and our son said “Daddy!” Hahaha so much for all the work. It was a great first Christmas memory.

  5. Magical Christmas memories as a child. Going through a Toy catalog and circling all the toys I wanted. Then on Chrstmas morning — getting the doll I wished for. .

  6. I remember when I was about 12. My dad was gone on a ship with the navy. I am oldest of 5 kids and youngest was just 2 years old that year. We really had quite a lot of family emergency things that fall and money was very tight. I knew that we Kids would be lucky to get one gift each. I knew Santa was a story….but that Christmas morning………oh my goodness……. there were so many presents under the tree!!! not just for us kids but for mom and dad too. My mom still insists to this day it had to be Santa delivery because she didn’t know where they came from. This was in the early 70’s……long before internet solicitation and organizations that we are familiar with.

  7. We always frame our pictures with Santa and hang them on the tree. The kids love seeing how much they’ve changed. Especially the ones where they were babies and crying on his lap.

  8. One year I got I tricycle for Christmas, and I heard Santa stomping around outside on the porch at my grandparents’ house when he left it on Christmas Eve. It was the best Christmas ever, and my grandfather made it so special that year with the added effects!!

  9. Just the look in the eyes of a kiddo when they have seen the magic of Christmas. ❤️

  10. My favorite memory was when my dad was Santa Claus for the Bank. I always loved being able to go up and sit on his lap..

  11. This is my 2 year old’s first Christmas to understand kind of what is going on with the whole Santa thing so that has been fun hearing him talk about it.

  12. Last year after talking with my girls about all the cookies and sweets that Santa eats all in one night due to visiting so many boys and girls, we decided that we should leave some Tums next to Santa’s plate of milk and cookies just in case he might need them. LOL!

  13. I only have one more who still really believes so I’m holding on to every moment this year!!

  14. I have a picture of my youngest being held by Santa and bawling – it’s almost exactly the same as a picture of me at the same age and also bawling. 😆 He loves Santa now though!

  15. My favorite Santa moments are from when I was a kid. The only video I have from my childhood, of my sister and me, is from sitting on Santa’s lap, one year when I was 5 and my sister was 4. Santa thought my sister was a boy and I was quick to correct him. I asked for a Teddy Rupskin, which I got.

  16. Not so much a memory but my daughter is 12 and still believes in Santa. We’ve never taken her to Breakfast with Santa so she would love that.

  17. Well of course I want these! I love taking my kids to see Santa and remembering back to going with my siblings when I was a kid. The first time I took each of them are some of my very favorite memories!

  18. My favorite Santa memory is when our twins had just turned 3. They received a Little Tykes kitchen, which Santa did not wrap. The girls played with that kitchen for almost an hour before they even realized there were more presents under the tree!

  19. My kids love to visit Santa, the other day as we were walking by Santa at the mall my daughter said, “mommy can we go home and get bubby(her brother) and come back to see Santa? How could I say no?! We went home, got bubby and went back to visit Santa. It’s truly a magical time of year through the eyes of my children.

  20. My favorite Santa memory was my daughter’s excitement to see him last year. She was about to turn 3, and it was the first year she kind of understood the idea of. Santa.

  21. My dad did so much to keep the magic alive for us! He used to stick his hands in the fireplace to get ash on his fingers and then put his hand prints all around the fireplace as though he was coming in and out of it. It was so real and so exciting to know that Santa had really been in OUR home. Having breakfast with Santa is something that my 8 year old has never done. I would love for her to get to experience this for the first time! Thank you for offering free tickets.

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