If you still believe in, chances are your part of the millions people in the United States and around the world that are tracking the progress of Santa Claus journey on Christmas Eve.
This year 2012 you have two options to track Santa live online, this are NORAD Santa Tracker via MSN Microsoft or the Santa Tracker via Google.
In NORAD Santa Tracker, Father Christmas last spotted in Vienna Austria in Europe and expected to head down south as far as Madagascar then through Africa before crosing the Atlantic Ocean. By 11 p.m. tonight on Christmas Eve, Santa's entourage should arrive in the United States.
You can follow Santa Claus' trip around the world as he makes his way to the United States via the NORAD Santa Tracker live 2012 here.
In 2011, Santa entered via North Carolina based on NORAD tracker that time.
Google has lost its traditional Santa Claus tracking partnership with NORAD – after the agency partnered with Bing Microsoft.
Google instead launched its own Santa Tracker to continue the Christmas spirit to the kids using the site. Google Santa Tracker last spotted Santa busy giving gifts in Libya, North Africa.
You can keep track Santa live via Google and follow his path here.
At the Google tracker page it offers links to track Santa using Google+, an Android app, Chrome browser extension and Google Earth app.
For children who wants to ask Santa a questions directly, Santa will answer all your questions via asksanta.pearl.com like — "What is your address (Santa)?" or "Could Santa follow me on Twitter?"
Children should be allowed to believe in Santa Claus as long as they want as told by experts, that there is no particular age a child should stop believing in Santa. Later on children will arrive at the truth to themselves as they grow older. Therefore, it's okay for your kids to stay online this Christmas eve hoping NORAD or Google tracks Santa as he makes his Christmas deliveries. Be sure Santa fits into your chimney.