Kids growing up in South Florida often see Santa going down chimneys and landing on snow-filled roofs. So how does Santa deliver presents on Christmas Eve in Florida?
1 – He will snorkel or dive in:
Spending the holidays on your boat? Make sure to leave your ladder available so he can climb on board. Every other day of the year, make sure you are aware of the access points on your boat and lock up before you head to bed.
2 – He will climb the balcony:
11 months of the year we advise you to keep your sliding doors and windows locked and closed, but for the sake of Santa you may leave it open so he can ‘slide’ in and out quickly.
3 – He will enlist the door-person for help:
The door-person usually keeps strangers out and screens visitors. This is Santa! We’re sure they’ll help him deliver door-to-door with ease.
4 – He will come in through the garage:
Most days we need to remember to close our garage doors and lock them to keep potential intruders out. But on Christmas Eve, Mom and Dad will leave it cracked open so Santa can drop off all the gifts!
5 – He will tele-transport in:
Santa is a big fan of SciFi and with the magic from the North Pole he was able to finally perfect tele-transportation! This is not only going to help him in Florida but it will help him avoid the soot in the chimneys up north!
What other ways does Santa deliver presents in chimney-free Florida?