Mrs. Claus is seen as the matriarch of the North Pole and receives the love of the elves for the cookies she makes.
From oatmeal and raisin, chocolate chunk, and Pa-Pa’s favorite, Snickerdoodles, Mrs. Claus is known for her baking. She works with Patti Mintstix, the candy maker at the North Pole in making candy canes and fudge.
Mrs. Claus has a twinkle in her eyes because of her love for Santa. Their love is seen by the elves who call them Ma-Ma and Pa-Pa. She cares for the elves one and all and they show their love by the things they make for her. For the Claus’ anniversary, the elves carved two six-foot soldiers you can see in Santa’s office.
Ma-Ma loves talking to little girls on conference calls too, sharing smiles and letting them know how beautiful and special they are in her eyes. What a memory a call from Mrs. Claus can make in the heart of little ladies.
Santa is the chief-elf at the North Pole and under his leadership the elves produce toys for children around the world.
Over the span of the year, he travels the world watching children to see if they are naughty or nice and works with Alabaster Snowball, the elf over administration, to compile the lists and check it twice.
He is lovingly called Pa-Pa by Mrs. Claus who makes Santa his favorite cookie, Snickerdoodles. The trouble is he eats too many of her cookies so Ma-Ma has him on a fifty-cookie-a-day diet. Their love for each other is shown to the elves so much, they honor them both by calling them, Ma-Ma and Pa-Pa.
Santa loves talking to children because he sees his job as one of encouragement. From being a good big brother or sister to helping around the house, a call from Santa is a memory that lasts a lifetime.
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