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Are you ready for the holidays?

Photo by Chi Pritchard
Staff visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Photo by Chi Pritchard Staff visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
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This year has flown by so fast. The holidays are now almost officially here.

I always look forward to the National Parenting Publications Awards issue to help me find unique gifts for the little ones in my life.

NAPPA’s expert judges, parents and child testers select the most innovative and engaging products to make it easy to find just the right gifts for this holiday season and throughout the year.

So get out that highlighter, flip to page 9 in the print issue, and start making your list.

Save the Date

The Post and Courier sponsored Second Sunday on King Street last year, and it was a lot of fun. If you haven’t been, from 1–5 p.m., King Street is closed to all vehicular traffic from Queen Street north to Calhoun, and shoppers can stroll and shop on the sidewalks and in the street. There are street performers, music and food. It is so much fun!

Lowcountry Parent will be there again this year hosting “Photos with Santa” on Nov. 11. We’ll be located in front of the Riviera Theatre, 225 King St. Children and family photos are from 2–4 p.m. Pets can have their pictures taken with Santa from 4–5 p.m.! Don’t miss out! Just in time for the holidays!

See you there!

Shannon

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Santa took his suit an dhat to the dry cleaners adn came by to see me at work the other day. We are excited about Second Sunday!
Enlarge Provided Santa took his suit an dhat to the dry cleaners adn came by to see me at work the other day. We are excited about Second Sunday!

Provided Santa took his suit an dhat to the dry cleaners adn came by to see me at work the other day. We are excited about Second Sunday!

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Photo by Chi Photography
Enlarge Photo by Chi Photography

Photo by Chi Photography

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