Rachel Stellmach
Rachel Stellmach • 2 years ago

I love this, CHRISTMAS BUCKET...Kids unwrap an activity a day......write letters to Santa, make homemade ornaments, sort through toys to give to a shelter, go look at Christmas lights, Hot chocolate before bed, Christmas movie and so on.

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