Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Favorite Christmas Traditions


Dad dressing up as Santa for the kids
Baking cookies
Elf on the Shelf
Cousin’s Christmas Tea Party
Candlelight and twinkle lights non-stop through the month of December
Cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning
Christmas Movie Marathon Night (which included the A-Team and Season 1 of Modern Family this year;)
Watching Its a Wonderful Life on Christmas Eve Day while wrapping gifts from Santa
Girls Christmas dinner
Reading Christmas stories
Christmas light drive with Starbucks
Celebrating Winter Solstice
Going to a family movie on Christmas afternoon (we saw Tron this year...loved it:)
Spending four days straight with Uncle Dave…..hanging out at my parents house like we would if we were all out of town
Opening presents on Christmas morning

7 comments:

  1. Sounds like you had an amazing holiday! Hope you and your family have a wonderful New Year! Theresa

    ReplyDelete
  2. So glad to hear that you had an enchanting Christmas! Hoping your new year is just as grand!

    Purrs!

    Romeo and "her"

    ReplyDelete
  3. ~the merriest of holiday blessings upon your family...wonderful traditions here...may the magic remain with all each day that comes forth...i remember my father and uncle doing the same...dressings up and or climbing on the roof so we could hear santa and his reindeer...hehehe...much love light and blessings be with you and yours~

    ReplyDelete
  4. What wonderful Christmas traditions! It's funny because we have many of the same traditions....thank you for sharing.

    ReplyDelete
  5. These are lovely Christmas traditions.
    Thank your for sharing them.
    Wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year

    ReplyDelete
  6. Perhaps we just go with the flow now. Most of our traditions involved things for the kids when they were little, such as: hay on the roof for the reindeer. The only thing that seems to be repeated now is Christmas Eve services. Oh yes, particular goodies seem to make it to our table every year - my favorite is hot chocolate with whipped cream on top and a candy cane standing in it. Lots of little things, nothing big.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Traditions to last a lifetime! Love it!
    So tired out tonight but I wanted to come and wish my new friend a Happy New Year.
    May it overflow with honey and sweet memories and a whole lot of magical fun!

    ReplyDelete

Comments