Fort Worth family adds 40-foot inflatable Santa Claus to their yard for Christmas

The inflatable was ordered in 2021, but got stuck on a container ship in the Pacific Ocean
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Photo credit KaraGrubis

All over DFW, Christmas decorations are starting to take over homes and front yards. Of course, while most don’t want to admit it, every home is in secret competition with their neighbors for the best set up. However, this year it may be hard to beat a home in Fort Worth that recently added a 40-foot inflatable Santa Claus to their yard for Christmas.

In Fort Worth’s Monticello neighborhood, one home stands out thanks to the massive Christmas decorations taking over their front yard. The Kinzie family recently added the 40-foot inflatable Santa Claus and it quickly became the talk of the town. According to Fort Worth Star Telegram, the inflatable is called “GigantaSanta” and the family added it to not only spread the true meaning of the season, but also to bring a little joy to the neighborhood.

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The massive inflatable almost didn’t make it this year, as the family actually ordered it last year but the package got stuck on a container ship in the Pacific Ocean. Luckily, it made it for the 2022 holiday season. Now, it will be hard for any home to compete with the Kinzies.

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Featured Image Photo Credit: KaraGrubis