Do you think it's really a good idea to lead your child to believe in "fairy" figures?
Santa, Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy...etc...
I think it is. Simply because kids have a wonderful imagination. There minds have yet to be spoiled with the world itself. Letting them imagine in these things, gibes them a happy experience. Something to look forward to. These ideas are for the children's sake, to believe in something good.
it is okay to have children to think good memories of special occasions related to fairies. Gives them to have wonderful, happy thoughts for the rest of their lives.
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