As kids continue their hyper-journey to December 25th, parents adjust the “Naughty-Nice Meter” accordingly so the children soon realize, “He knows if you've been bad or good, So be good for goodness sake!”
Washington, MI (PRWEB) November 22, 2010
As holiday shopping goes into hyper-mode, unfortunately, children do the same. The website http://www.TheChristmasRegistry.com has launched an expanded service, which helps both parents and children cope as December 25th gets closer.
The expanded and enhanced Christmas Registry allows children to create on-line Christmas Wish Lists, send/receive letters from “Santa”, and enjoy a variety of fun activities. For the adults, the “Naughty-Nice Meter” is a welcome parenting aid used to visually show what “Santa” thinks of the child’s behavior. As kids continue their hyper-journey to December 25th, parents adjust the “Naughty-Nice Meter” accordingly so the children soon realize, “He knows if you've been bad or good, So be good for goodness sake!”
The Christmas Registry is safe, secure and easily controlled by the parent. Verbal instructions for both children and parents are provided by the always cheerful Lucy the Elf. Expanded features that make the website easier to use by children, allow children to create their Wish Lists from over 60,000 age-appropriate items, and provide for easy and safe use by parents or guardians can be seen Here.
Parents can also set up Guest access, like for Grandma and Grandpa, so they too can see a child’s Wish List. Rather than struggle with the answer to the question always posed, “What does Mary and Johnny want for Christmas?”, the Christmas Registry shows the "parent approved" gift choices with detailed descriptions and images, all in one place. Since the Wish List has a direct connection to Amazon, items can be easily purchased on-line, avoiding the long lines and those parking lot nightmares.
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