Santa has gotten stuck in someone's chimney! Ho Ho Ho! What a situation this is. Charlie, the Chief Elf has been summoned to help and is reported to be there to help Santa in a *flash.*
NEWS *FLASH*: Reports are now flooding in that Santa Claus has freed himself from the small chimney, left toys at that home and is off to the next one. Santa is A-OK! In the blink of an eye, Santa will leave Christmas gifts under the tree at homes where all the kids are fast asleep.
Hope you are having a great Christmas Eve. Santa Claus is getting closer and closer to our area. Kids all across the world have gone to bed so that St. Nick could stop by their home to deliver gifts to them and that is what kids here will need to do.
NEWS ALERT: Pilot sources are reporting to Santa Tracks® Control that there has been a near miss with Santa Claus and his Christmas contingency. Repeating: Santa Claus, the Reindeer and the Sleigh are all okay following a near miss with a large passenger flight. There are no injuries and the flight is still right on time.
BREAKING NEWS: Santa Claus has just taken off! He will be to your house in just a few hours now. There is no question but when children wake up in the morning, the toys that were in Santa's Toy Workshop earlier today will be under the Christmas tree! There will be many very happy children all over the world.
Remember, Santa cannot land until all of the children are fast asleep in their beds tonight! Do not delay!
Santa Claus is in the process of packing up the toys now. All Misfit toys have been returned to the Elves in the Toy Workroom. Santa's sleigh is full of lots of fun toys, games, some clothes and other holiday treats. It won't be long until Santa is putting those gifts and others under your tree!
Check back in awhile for our next Santa Tracks® Update!
Our North Pole camera finds Santa finishing supper, getting ready for the long journey tonight. There is so much going on now. Everyone is bustling about singing Christmas songs and taking care of last minute details.
Remember, Santa might like a little late night snack when he reaches your house and, so might the Reindeer. This is a link to a Magic Reindeer Food Recipe. It is simple to make and can be done with ingredients you have in your pantry.
Santa is in his Toy Workshop at this hour inspecting gifts. He reports that all Elves are hard at work and everyone at the North Pole is very happy! There are lots ofChristmas Songs being sung while last minute details are taken care of. If you want to sing Christmas Songs and want to know the words, print this songsheet. They are favorites at Santa's Place. Merry Christmas Everyone!
Remember, Santa won't be at your house until all the kids are fast asleep!
There is a "buzz" in the air at the North Pole today! Elf Charlie, better known as EC, the Head of the Elf Team is in charge while Santa takes a short winter nap before his long ride tonight. Every toy must be checked. Gift wrapping is being inspected. The sleigh team is resting. Everyone, including Rudolph, has been playing reindeer games to get in shape for Santa Claus' annual ride. You can print one of the Rudolph games here.
The smells and sounds of Christmas are everywhere. Cookies are being baked, finishing touches on toys are taking place and all decorations are up. Our News team will be tracking Santa from Santa Tracks® Control this evening. Stay tuned for updates beginning at 3pm CST.
Every Christmas Eve we track Santa's journey. Kids everywhere have written their Christmas Wish Lists and are awaiting Christmas morning to see what Santa Claus brings to them.
At the North Pole, there is not a minute to waste. Mrs. Claus and her Sweetheart Cooking Crew have been baking cakes, cookies and candies non-stop! The entire Elf Team are finalizing things for the big night. There is a lot to think about. The Toy Department has been very busy this year due so many children being good! There are hundreds of Elves helping Santa check the Naughty & Nice Lists. Those Elves have the hardest jobs. Santa wants every child to receive something at Christmas.