Christmas Eve: Here's how you can track Santa tonight
Santa Claus is coming to town!
I have to admit that I love Christmas Eve a little bit more than Christmas Day.
It's the excitement in the air and the look on the kid's faces as they prepare for Santa's visit.
All the excitement and anticipation and hoping that they've left enough carrots out for Rudolph is enough to make us wish it could be Christmas every day.
Well, to an extent.
There's another thing too we can do to make the night even more magical and that's tracking Santa on his journey from the North Pole.
The Norad Santa tracker is the world's official Santa tracker so you know it's going to be good.
Originally launched way back in 1955 (not on the internet, obviously), the tool uses GPS to track Santa's location as he travels around the world delivering his gifts to all the children.
Apparently, though, the tracker all started by accident.
Way back when children were encouraged to call a number to see where Santa was.
However, the number was printed wrong and it connected to the North American Aerospace Defense Command instead.
You can access the tool online here or download it from the app store.