The holidays are about traditions.
We all have wonderful things we do every year that have been
passed down through the generations
and those traditions are what make the holiday’s so memorable.
However, I’ve noticed something awesome
has happened over the last few years…
People are adding some new and really fun traditions
to their lists.
Here are my favourite new Traditions to add to your list…
A sack shows up on Christmas Eve and it’s filled with new Jammies,
A new Christmas Movie, Popcorn + Snacks for a
Christmas Eve Movie Night.
The best part of this sack is your child is supposed to fill the sack up with
old toys and clothes that they no longer use or wear.
Making room for the new toys Santa will be bringing as
well as teaching kids to give to others is an awesome
tradition to start!
You can order your Santa Sacks with your Child’s name or Initials.
Host a Christmas Craft Night
Invite friends, family or co-workers
to a night of Christmas Cheer and a Craft.
What I like to do is to assign each person a name
when they arrive and have them decorate an
ornament for that person.
It’s sort of a Secret Santa, Girls Night and a Craft Night all in one!
Personalized Santa Video Message
This is one of my favourite things to do because it’s free and
the child thinks it’s completely magical.
The video allows for you to customize it with the
child’s name and a few details about their life.
You can create these videos for adults as well.
Do this for your kids immediately!! They’ll love it!
Christmas Light Display + Skating at Spruce Meadows
Although going for a drive to see
Christmas Lights isn’t a new tradition
I’m mentioning Spruce Meadows
because they have an awesome
Light Display, Skating + Hot Chocolate
in a pretty magical setting.
And the best part is it’s free!
Matching PJ’s + Games Night
My family’s worn matching PJ’s for a few years now
and it’s really fun and comfortable.
On Christmas Eve we all get into our matching PJ’s,
Eat too much and play games.
I highly recommend it!
I know I’ve already talked about this but I hope that
everyone takes the time to
give a smile, a hand, a gift, donate old clothes, or your time
this holiday season.
Whatever you can give
is a welcome and wonderful thing to do.
Whatever your traditions are I hope you have a wonderful holiday season.
I am so grateful for each and every one of you who reads this blog over
my 12 Days of Christmas. This year I had more readers than ever
and I am so thankful to all of you.
I am truly blessed .