Is there no better way to sell milk than ruin dreams?

News Dec 15, 2010 Ancaster News

Either kids are getting smarter or advertising today is giving away Santa’s true identity.

I was watching television with my five-year old cousin when that popular Christmas milk commercial came on — the mother and father were found by their daughter as they drank Santa’s milk and ate his cookies.

I was hoping my cousin didn’t understand the commercial or come upon the realization Santa was simply her parents and not a jolly, old delivery man with elf helpers. However, following the commercial, her questions began.

Reluctant to ruin her childhood dreams, I told her Santa was most definitely real, but she continued to ask questions.

This made me think of my Christmases as a child and how disappointed I became when I learned who Santa really was. Is there no better way to sell milk?

Tiffany Haskins Hamilton

Is there no better way to sell milk than ruin dreams?

News Dec 15, 2010 Ancaster News

Either kids are getting smarter or advertising today is giving away Santa’s true identity.

I was watching television with my five-year old cousin when that popular Christmas milk commercial came on — the mother and father were found by their daughter as they drank Santa’s milk and ate his cookies.

I was hoping my cousin didn’t understand the commercial or come upon the realization Santa was simply her parents and not a jolly, old delivery man with elf helpers. However, following the commercial, her questions began.

Reluctant to ruin her childhood dreams, I told her Santa was most definitely real, but she continued to ask questions.

This made me think of my Christmases as a child and how disappointed I became when I learned who Santa really was. Is there no better way to sell milk?

Tiffany Haskins Hamilton

Is there no better way to sell milk than ruin dreams?

News Dec 15, 2010 Ancaster News

Either kids are getting smarter or advertising today is giving away Santa’s true identity.

I was watching television with my five-year old cousin when that popular Christmas milk commercial came on — the mother and father were found by their daughter as they drank Santa’s milk and ate his cookies.

I was hoping my cousin didn’t understand the commercial or come upon the realization Santa was simply her parents and not a jolly, old delivery man with elf helpers. However, following the commercial, her questions began.

Reluctant to ruin her childhood dreams, I told her Santa was most definitely real, but she continued to ask questions.

This made me think of my Christmases as a child and how disappointed I became when I learned who Santa really was. Is there no better way to sell milk?

Tiffany Haskins Hamilton