Local kids talk Santa Claus

Kids Talk Santa Claus

LA CROSSE, Wis. - For many kids, Christmas is their favorite holiday. News 8 decided to sit down with a few of them at the Coulee Children's Center to find out what puts them in the holiday spirit.


What do you do on Christmas?

Um, so Santa Claus brings you presents.

We got to the lights.

Open presents.

What's your favorite part about Christmas?

Um when Santa comes to your house.

Open presents.

Getting presents and having some sleep in and sleep is good for you.

What did you wish for Christmas this year?


I want the … T-rex.


A telescope and a watch..

A batman music player

And who is Santa Claus?

Santa Claus.

He's a very old man and very fat.

Why is he so fat?

He eats a lot of sweets and treats.

Why does Santa Claus have such a big tummy?

Because he eats all the cookies. He doesn't eat anything else.

What do you think he eats during the summer time?

He doesn't eat anything.

How many cookies do you think he eats on Christmas?

A hundred!

How old do you think Santa Claus is?

Umm, 14, I think.


Five, so just a year older than you?


How does Santa Claus get into someone's house?

In a fireplace room.

Down the chimney.

Down the chimney? But what if they don't have a chimney?

Umm... he could just open the door and be very quiet like a mouse.

He just parks on your driveway and he comes in through a door carefully.

How do reindeer fly?

By doing this. Wooo!

Reindeer have dust. It makes them fly.

They can fly up in the air.

Do you know all the reindeer? Can you name them all?

I don't know any.

I just know Rudolph. Me too.

Why do you think Santa Claus gives out gifts to little girls and boys that are good?

‘Cause they're being nice.

Bad Santa, it's about, he takes all the presents, and then all the presents are for him not for everybody else.

How would that make you feel if Santa didn't give you any presents?


If he was here right now, what would you tell him?

I would say, Merry Christmas Santa!

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