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During the Holidays it’s easy to get caught up in the business of the season and everything that we “think” needs to get done to make Christmas perfect. It can make a person crazy trying to get all the cookies baked, presents bought, cards mailed and all the other hundreds of different tasks we think we need to do to make the Holiday “perfect”.
When you really stop and think about what you remember from the past, it’s never about the cards or the gifts. It’s always about family and the traditions that make the holiday memorable. When I think back to my childhood, I will always remember baking cookies with my Mom and driving to see the Christmas lights with my siblings and parents. These traditions stand out and make me want to create them with my kids now.
Finding Family Traditions are important to make What Matters Most shine during the Holiday! Maybe you carry on old traditions or maybe you make new traditions, either way they’re what you will remember and cling to each year. Check out a few of our Family Traditions below for some ideas!
5 Christmas Traditions to Start with Your Kids
Put up the Tree!
Make putting up the Christmas Tree a yearly tradition that everyone helps with! Have the kids pick where they want their ornaments to go, don’t complain about them all being down low in a clump.
Bake Cookies together as a family to give to neighbors and friends. Get everyone involved, have younger kids add the sprinkles while Mom and Dad run the oven. There’s always something for everyone to pitch in and help with!
Take a Christmas drive!
Load everyone up in the car and take a drive around town to see all the beautiful lights! Grab some hot cocoa and candy canes to snack on while you’re out!
Teach your kids about giving to those in need during the Holiday season. We like to adopt a family for Christmas and buy gifts to donate to the family. Let the kids pick out some of the gifts, my boys always have so much fun with this and it teaches them the importance of helping others!
What Matters Most!
Remember what matters most at the Holidays and all year long. Being together as a family is far more important than any other gift you might receive. Make time for each other by having family game night or having a special dinner. It doesn’t have to be fancy or cost a lot of money to have fun and enjoy each other!
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