Blog Posts - Holiday Traditions



Christmas Around the World — 25 Books for Children

Moms and dads (or teachers), here are 25 books all about Christmas and how it’s celebrated around the world. With these books, children will learn more about the Christmas traditions of other countries and how they’re like, or unlike, our...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Dec 11, 2016

Obłędnie pachnące święta z Bath & Body Works - Holiday Traditions Vanilla Bean Noel

Witajcie Słoneczka :)Świąteczna atmosfera, mimo braku śniegu i niskich temperatur, ogarnia z każdym dniem coraz bardziej. Przepraszam Was za ciszę, panującą od tygodnia na blogu - przedświąteczne porządki i przygotowania pochłonęły mnie...
by Dobre Dla Urody on Dec 23, 2015

The Big Reveal and WINNERS!

Holiday traditions are different for everyone. Some cut down their own Christmas trees while others host huge holiday gatherings. I don’t have time for that. I’m too busy crafting my greeting cards. Now that most of them are in the mail,...
by Susie Lindau's Wild Ride on Dec 20, 2015

A Holiday with Heart Blog Hop

CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS Hi friends! This post was scheduled to post at 6 am EST and my auto-scheduler failed for some reason so I apologize if you came here and did not know what to think! Today, I am happy to share with you one of our favorite holiday...
by Bliss at Home on Dec 7, 2015

A Sweet Homemade Holiday Gift

When the holidays approach, our family gets inspired by the season and fun flavors to try different variations of delicious goodies. My favorite ingredient to try is anything with peppermint in it! Peppermint white chocolate mocha, candy cane tea or...
by Swell and Stylish. on Dec 6, 2015

8 WAYS TO REALLY SLOW DOWN AND SAVOR THE HOLIDAYS [PHOTOS]

No matter how hard we try, no matter how each year after the holidays we say, “next year it will be different I will keep it simple. I won’t run around like a chicken with its head cut and each […] The post 8 WAYS TO REALLY SLOW DOW...
by Nancy Meadows Designs on Dec 4, 2015

Host A Girlfriends Holiday Gathering

The end of the year is full of celebrations and December is nearing! I think it's so important for girlfriend time with some of your closest gal pals. For men, some of these ideas could work for you too! :) Today, I'm sharing some ideas for hosting a...
by Swell and Stylish. on Nov 24, 2015

Holiday Traditions That Bring Families Together

The Importance Of Holiday Traditions A holiday tradition is a set of activities that families do every year.  Most often, a holiday tradition takes the form of a family dinner, with additional activities surrounding it, such as making special candie...
by Sincere Product Reviews on Jan 6, 2015

A Man With a Sack, Some Old Boots, and a Naked Baby: Merry Crazy Christmas!

In my previous post, I argued that expat children don't have such a hard lot, considering they typically get the benefit of every holiday they've encountered in the various cultures they were thrown into, often with the bonus of all the presents that...
by Joburg Expat on Dec 11, 2014

An Expat Kind of Holiday

There is a lot of literature out there about the expat child. How to make the transition easier for him or her, how to ease the pressures, how to make sure they don't lose their identity with all those international moves. There are psychologists emp...
by Joburg Expat on Dec 8, 2014

12 Days of Christmas - Favorite Family Holiday Traditions

Welcome to Day 4 of my 12 Days of Christmas posts.  Today, I want to share a few of the holiday traditions that I started with my grandchildren.  Each year we visit the Parade of Lights in Virginia Beach. I started this tradition six years...
by Mother 2 Mother on Nov 30, 2014

12 Days of Christmas - Favorite Holiday Movies

Welcome to Day 1 of my 12 Days of Christmas posts. I'll be posting some of my favorite recipes with the grandchildren, traditions and memories of Christmas past during my 12 day series.  I thought this would be a great way for me to get into the...
by Mother 2 Mother on Nov 20, 2014

The Holidays and Hickory Farms Go Hand In Hand @HickoryFarms #AD

Compensation and products for review were provided by Hickory Farms via MomTrends. I received a free sample of the product for the purpose of this review and to facilitate a giveaway.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and ar...
by Momstart on Nov 17, 2014

It Puts the Frosting on the Lamb

Poor Clarice, the lambs never stopped screaming. Such is the miracle of springtime, I fear.   Despite our lack of religious conviction, we still have holiday traditions. As such, we celebrate the return of spring by decorating eggs and eating ch...

Cooking up new traditions

Monday night was the first night of passover, and I cooked all day for our family seder, but didn't make a single thing that usually appears at every holiday meal at our house. There was no potato kugel, no cranberry sauce, no big tofu centerpiece-th...
by Andrea's easy vegan cooking on Apr 16, 2014

Our Annual March Break Tradition

For the past four years, my friend and I get the kids together during the March Break for our annual tradition - painting pottery at Crock a Doodle. The kids love it and we enjoy watching their artistic talents mature year after year. My kids had an...
by Toronto Teacher Mom on Mar 25, 2014

Little Christmas

A few of you were asking me to tell you about how our "Little Christmas" celebration went yesterday, so I thought I'd share it with you today.Last night we had the privilege to join some friends for family night. I have a dear friend Ingrid who invit...
by Blissful and Domestic on Jan 10, 2014

Holiday Traditions

I don’t remember having any real holiday traditions when I was growing up. Our extended family wasn’t a big one and we lived across the country from both sets of our grandparents so it was just my parents and me and my sister for most hol...
by Jenyfer Matthews on Dec 27, 2013

Disney Movies For The Holidays

While our holidays this year began with a power outage due to the ice storm that hit Toronto and other parts of Ontario, the kids and I have still managed to get some movie time together. It's honestly one of my favourite things to do during the...
by Toronto Teacher Mom on Dec 24, 2013

My Comfort and Joy: Embracing Changes in Holiday Traditions

In November we talked about Gratitude and Thankfulness. We turned over every stone, looked in some unique places, and found what we were looking for. Even though the turkey carcass hasn’t even been picked clean, we are in the midst of the Chris...
by middleSage on Dec 19, 2013


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