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What Kids Know About Santa

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A jolly old man is making a stop in the area in just two nights, and kids know who's coming. Valley News Live talked with kids today all about the secrets of Santa.

In just a few days there will be a special visitor. "Santa Clause," all the kids say. But Old St. Nick will have to tip toe around because these kids think they know all his secrets, like how he gets around. Colby Kvalvog says,"Rudolph, that's an easy one. His reindeer pull him in his sleigh."

And Jett Batesole can name almost all the reindeer, "Dasher, Dancer, Donnar, Blitzen." Tessa & Aaron Baker say "Rudolph the red nosed reindeer, one foggy night he glided the sleigh, to everywhere, and then helped them get back, all because of his red nose."

And they know how he gets into their house. PJ Hinrichs says, "Ah chimney."

"He sneaks through our back door, and if he goes down the chimney I hope he doesn't burn himself, because we use our fake fireplace a lot! And I think Santa just does something with his nose to go down the chimney." says Aaron. And Colby agrees, "Yeah Santa is magic."

"he goes through the chimney, but we don't have one so he goes through the door." Jett adds. And they think they know what he does on his time off. "Get ready, practice going down the chimney, um maybe tries to loose some weight." Aaron and Tessa say.

But above all they know what to listen for to know when he's here, they just listen for the Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas. If you want to keep tabs on Santa's whereabouts on Christmas Eve or find out when he'll be in our neck of the woods, you can use an online "Santa Tracker!" Find the link under our hot button.

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