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The Magic Of Christmas – Portable North Pole

The Magic Of Christmas – Portable North Pole

Santa Claus sitting on chair | Portable North Pole | PNP

The magic of Christmas doesn’t last forever. It is sad but unfortunately true.

Kids these days are growing up faster, they are learning about more mature subjects at an earlier age and they have a world of information available to them via the internet. This makes it harder for parents to keep the spirit of Christmas alive and prolong the joy that Santa brings.

It isn’t uncommon for kids at school to crush a child’s belief or for an older sibling to let slip that Santa may just be mum and dad. It happens more than parents would like and resort to trying the ‘If you don’t believe, you will not receive’ for as long as they can.

Santa sack with presents inside

Portable North Pole – PNP – Santa Calls & Videos

You have probably heard about an app called Portable North Pole (PNP) from other parents because it is fantastic. There are so many features that let you embrace everything that is Santa and the North Pole.

Santa has rang the kids on many occasions to say Hi, ask them what they would like for Christmas and even to say they have done a great job. But because Santa can also see everything the kids are doing, he also knows when they have been misbehaving and need a reminder from the man himself that Christmas is in fact just around the corner. The kids absolutely love getting phone calls from Santa and if you listen closely, you can hear the elves rustling around and chatting in the background. It sounds exactly what you picture the North Pole to sound like.

Click to watch Haddie’s Santa video from Portable North Pole. {Free video}

If your child is more of a visual kid, the personalised videos are fantastic. They are so easy to create and you can select what they tried to achieve over the year (for us it was self-esteem due to bullying and my daughter has been ‘working hard’ to keep her room clean). Santa includes this in his video and asks the child how they think went with this and that if they are good and keeptrying, he might bring them something special on Christmas eve. It is such a special moment for the kids seeing that Santa really does know what they have been up to.

PNP also has a fantastic feature that allows you to capture the reaction of your child as they watch the video from Santa. That excitement and joy can be relived over and over again! If a video or phone call from Santa is not enough to keep the kidlets happy, they can also visit an elf house. I must say that the phone calls are my favourite because they are so quick but the kids love seeing Santa and the elves.

Click to watch Dex’s Santa video from Portable North Pole. {Free video}

If you think your child would enjoy a special personalised message from Santa, you can create your own FREE videos like the ones above. If you would like to gain access to the premium features, use this link to receive 20% off and get the Magic Pass for $10.40. As a way of spreading the magic and cheer further, PNP donates 5% of all online sales to more than 40 children’s hospitals  worldwide!

*You can create free videos and phone calls without the pass, this just gives you additional options throughout the PNP website.

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  1. 12/12/2016 / 6:57 am

    We went to visit Santa and see the xmas windows and my daughter walked round with a running commentary on who in the class didn’t believe and who said what. She was still a little incredulous that kids were saying this stuff, but I’m pretty sure it was our last year of the magic…

  2. 12/12/2016 / 7:04 am

    Wow, what a fantastic idea! I’ve never heard of this before. My 9yo still believes in Santa, but I don’t think for much longer. Maybe I’ll give this a go!

  3. 12/12/2016 / 8:19 am

    Truly, they think of everything dont they? I like the fun of this! And I still believe in Santa… D xx

  4. 12/12/2016 / 9:27 am

    I made one of those videos for my kids and they loved it.

  5. Fi
    12/12/2016 / 12:59 pm

    I’ve never heard of this before (new mum here) but will definitely look into it ?

  6. 12/12/2016 / 1:48 pm

    I know so many parents with this app! I can’t wait til my son is older and can use it. Such a beautiful idea.

  7. 12/12/2016 / 1:58 pm

    Wow technology can be so cool sometimes 🙂 What a great use of it!

  8. 12/12/2016 / 4:20 pm

    I’ll definitely be investigating this app . . . we have been dangling the Father Christmas carrot for weeks already!!

  9. Jacq
    13/12/2016 / 4:37 pm

    Awesome idea! xx


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