• Parenting

    Saint Nick.

    I blame Clement Clarke Moore. I feel a little bad for throwing the blame at him because Clement is not here to defend himself. Oh, he’s long gone. He died in 1863. You’ve might have heard of the guy – he was a professor born and raised in New York City. A wealthy professor that lived in a mansion with his wife, Catherine. Did he call her Kate? Who knows. Clement and Catherine produced nine children. On December 24, 1822, Clement plucked a feather from one of his farm chickens, found some ink, and wrote a fictional poem. He needed a good story to get the kids to go to bed. They had an early morning at…