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Roaming Reindeer: A New Family Christmas Tradition #FMEGifts14

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Author Angela Meju was inspired to write Roaming Reindeer™ to create her own Christmas tradition with her children, whose excitement and anticipation of Santa’s arrival grows every year.  This the perfect tradition for parents who forget to hide their Elf daily, or find that particular tradition a little bit creepy.  (Me!)

The book comes in a sturdy keepsake box which of course includes a Reindeer 1 and Reindeer 2.


Roaming Reindeer: A New Family Christmas Tradition

Angela Meju’s Christmas keepsake and children’s book, Roaming Reindeer™,  is a touching tale celebrating teamwork, good manners and the holiday season, and will serve as a fresh, new Christmas tradition for families and classrooms around the country.  Roaming Reindeer™ is centred on Gus and Sam, two of Santa’s reindeer, who decide to help Santa by visiting little girls and boys to report back on who is naughty and who is nice.

When the pair realize there isn’t enough time to visit all of the children, they call on their friends for help. The reindeer are sent off in pairs of two and are assigned a home to visit. Reindeer 1 is in charge of going back to Santa to report naughty children while Reindeer 2 stays to keep watch.


Roaming Reindeer: A New Family Christmas Tradition

Compared to the elf idea, this one is much easier on parents to execute.  Keep out number 2 at all times – he can move around the house or not – it’s up to you!  Number 1 comes and goes. If your children are being bad, he disappears and only returns when he is ready to (aka when mom or dad remembers to bring him out again!)  Both disappear Christmas Eve to report back to Santa until the next year!

I love that this new tradition is based on teamwork and encourages good behaviour.  Children will love both the book and the reindeer, the story is as cute as the two little stuffies.  What fun!


Roaming Reindeer: A New Family Christmas Tradition

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Use Discount Code ROAM2014 at checkout to receive $5.00 off the regular price from November 17-November 27 2014!


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One Frugal Mom Eh reader will win their own copy of Roaming Reindeer!  Open to residents of the USA and Canada only.  Giveaway ends on December 14th at 11:59 pm EST.  See Giveaway Tools form for entry and T&C.



J Barker

Sunday 14th of December 2014

I used to do the whole Xmas thing for my daughter & her 4 children. I am now 70 & the tables are turned!

Kimberly B

Sunday 14th of December 2014

No unique Christmas traditions really. We do get together on Christmas eve and drive around looking at all the lights.

liz l

Sunday 14th of December 2014

Not unique, but we start the month in Disney World each yr


Sunday 14th of December 2014

My daughter doesn't consider it Christmas unless she's got beef jerkey in her stocking (weird, I know). My oldest likes a chocolate orange. Traditions that they still adhere to now....the oldest in his own place with a family of his own. :)

Carolyn Daley

Sunday 14th of December 2014

I do not think we have any "unique" traditions. I have a close-knit family. I still love to bake snickerdoodle cookies with my mom and watch Hallmark movies with my grandmother.