Holiday-Christmas:Traditions

Our family's Christmas traditions, & a few new ones to start...trees, Santa, stockings, mistletoe, gingerbread house building, hot choc, Christmas light sightseeing, cards, carols, gifts, visiting, sugarplum dreams(hanging garlands with lights & tying on candy & lollipops over kids' beds), snowman sheets, making candy, baking cookies, gumdrop tree, milk & cookies for Santa, magic reindeer food &/or carrots, volunteer, donate, pix with Santa, special ornaments, pickle, clues to find gifts, countdowns, & wishlists!


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Holiday-Christmas:Traditions

Holiday-Christmas:Traditions

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Gumdrop snowflakes-instead of gumdrop trees?

Adorable Handmade Christmas Ornaments

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(READ)-From October to Christmas, things to do every week to make the Christmas season even better/easier

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New Tradition: Each kid gets their own wrapping paper - none of the gifts are marked, and in order to know which gifts are theirs, they have to find a tiny piece of their wrapping paper in the bottom of their stocking. it's a little last minute excitement, as they see the gifts, but don't know which belongs to who. love this!

the anderson crew: christmas traditions.

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snowman sheets

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(NEW maybe?)-We've been doing something like this ever since child #2 was born. 3 gifts from Santa - just like the 3 gifts the Magi brought the baby Jesus. i love this tradition! every Christmas give children three gifts: one “gold” gift, the big item they are longing for; one “myrrh” gift, which is for their body, such as clothing; and one “frankincense” gift, for their spiritual growth. just think how often this reasoning will come up for discussion with your children. and how you will get to share the Christmas story. tell of the wise men searching for the new born king. how they followed the star, found him and gave him those three gifts.

Nap Time Journal: 3 gifts of Christmas 2011 Edition

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Christmas countdown. Wrap a book to read each night as a family until Christmas. A great way to promote reading and to count down. We have always read a book each night...this year we wrapped them all & are opening one each night...much more fun!

Blue Cricket Design | DIY inspiration for your home and family!

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(WISH!)-Christmas at the beach

CHIC COASTAL LIVING: Outdoor Christmas Trees

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(NEW)-Might do this for Christmas with the Nativity story - Have each person read their part of the story.

Tea Parties & Baseball Games: Fall Table Setting

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handwritten Christmas cards

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MAYBE A NEW TRADITION-stockings on Mom and Dad's bed. They come snuggle first thing and open stockings then on to the tree!

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Write to Santa. . . (This site is full of fun Christmas games, recipes, carols, everything to make Christmas FUN!)

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holiday shopping-not this beautiful though

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tradition

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O Little Town Of Bethlehem

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Nativity

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We hang this on our sugarplum dream garlands on the kids' headboards, add lights & tie on candies...fun tradition in our home!

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We put snowman or Christmasy sheets on our beds to kick off the holidays!

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Christmas Stockings- I made some from an old quilt similar to these!

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Gingerbread house building supplies--everybody gets their own muffin pan full of goodies!

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Christmas pickle- family tradition

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    Sharon Reed Lee

    We do this, so much fun!!

Our kids LOVE doing this-Christmas Clues (Scavenger Hunt)-clues to find leading to their gift *Note to self-start writing clues NOW!

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sprinkle Magic Reindeer Food on your front lawn Christmas Eve! Just mix together some rolled oats and sugar sprinkles and take care of those reindeer! and in the morning there was reindeer POOP all over the place! Apparently the reindeer poop looked a lot like Cocoa Puffs cereal!

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Maybe a new tradition?-Santa's footprints. Baking soda+glitter...just another way to make Christmas morning a bit more magical.

Not so idle hands

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Mistletoe Kissing Ball!

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Usually hang ours on cabinets...add ribbon this year!

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