At our house, a little Elf comes jingling by with a special delivery on Christmas Eve. We never catch him, but he always leaves a box of goodies like this on the front step! www.easyfreesanta... and www.pajamaelves.com
This is an even better Christmas lights scavenger hunt. We had tried a popular one on Pinterest, but did this on Night 2. We had a prize for the winner, and figured out if you called it first when it was spotted you checked it off your list. We had so much fun! The prize was a yummy jar of Christmas trail mix.
Use clear ornament bulbs (Hobby Lobby, Michaels) and your child's hand written wish list to create a unique Christmas keepsake.
Create a “Traditions Book.” Make a list of your favorite Christmas traditions and photograph them as they take place throughout the season.
Is your little one sad because a loved one is somewhere else this Christmas? Santa has a Letter for that! www.easyfreesanta...
Oh my...love this. Start your bedtime routine as usual, while Dad makes bags of popcorn and hot chocolate drinks and place them in the car, don’t forget to have Christmas music playing too! When the kids climb into bed, they will find the ticket hidden. The kids are instructed to grab their slippers and head for the car. Upon entrance to The Mommy Express, we hole punch the ticket, and we travel around the city looking at all the beautiful lights.