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Fun Holiday Traditions For You And Your Family
Dated: December 15 2016
Are you looking for some fun Holiday traditions to start with your family? Here are a few ideas to get into the spirit!
1. Get a real Christmas tree
Something about finding and picking out the "perfect" Christmas tree always appeals to kids
The smell of pine needles in your home will be another aspect of Christmas to love
2. "Special gifts" to open on Christmas Eve
Whether its new Christmas pajamas or an ornament - Children & adults LOVE this tradition!
3. Christmas Eve "routines"
Start a Christmas Eve routine to follow every year
This could include getting ready for bed in new Christmas pajamas, Reading a classic Christmas story like The Polar Express, baking cookies, or watching a Christmas movie with hot chocolate and preparing for Santa!
4. Go Caroling
Christmas caroling is an old tradition but many still love to hear carolers around the holidays - Even if you don't have a great singing voice, go along for the fun and holiday spirit!
Take family members along to add to the fun and merriment of it all and build memories for years to come!
5. Make a Gingerbread house
Kids love making Gingerbread houses and they make a great centerpiece for your table!
This is something you and your children will look forward to doing every year even as they grow older
Share some of your favorite traditions - Happy Holidays!
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