22 Special Christmas Eve Tradition Ideas

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Between holiday stuff and sicknesses, I haven’t had my head in the “blogging” game, but I couldn’t resist sharing a few things for the holidays.

Carl and I have been talking a lot about traditions (we came from different worlds when it comes to this stuff) and we’ve been trying to find ways to make the holidays special and also meaningful.

Here are a few of our Christmas Eve traditions.  These are small things, but the kids look so forward to them and it makes our day really special.22 Special Christmas Eve Tradition Ideas

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7 comments for “22 Special Christmas Eve Tradition Ideas

  1. January 2, 2015 at

    What some wonderful ideas! Simple, meaningful, and fun!

  2. Jason
    September 12, 2015 at

    i just figure I’d say what one of our traditions are we play a find the present game where we get a clue that send us to the next clue and so on till we find the present

  3. Diane
    September 15, 2015 at

    Those sound like you don’t by family. We have any where from 9-16 up to 18 people for Christmas eve. We eat turkey as usual. Ever one runs off and doesn’t hang, because then they go home and do their Christmas Eve. Which kid of disappointments. I have tried to play games, and some play and some don’t so if they aren’t going to play I won’t make them and so I stopped playing games. Some times I do a theme, like one year a $1 gift. One year we had to wear Santa hats for a game. maybe I should bring those hats back and we will make pillows out of them. I also do little gifts, and last year no one hostess gift, although I always bring one to their house. So I don’t know throw some traditions out and start new one when my kido 22 has his own kids I guess, if the wife wants to spend on event with us.

  4. Stephanie
    December 11, 2015 at

    Santa always left my kids movies in their stockings. They were allowed to get into their stockings without my husband and I being up. So while they enjoyed their new movies, we could sleep in…Gotta love Santa

  5. Diana
    December 20, 2015 at

    Wow, this is really good! Thanks for these great ideas! I’m going to try out a lot of them 🙂
    Maybe you should try: Decorating rooms with Christmas stuff as a family (Bedrooms, Kitchen, Livingroom, ect.)
    Making card (Treats, Gifts, ect.) for seniors, family, or friends
    Thanks again, Merry Christmas!

  6. Michelle
    October 31, 2017 at

    Great ideas. I guess I don’t always have to do PJ’s and can just do a robe or slippers some years. I do a love letter for each grown kid. Something written that reminds them of what they did that year & how proud of them we are. It takes awhile to write, so I pace myself. 🌲

  7. Clare Kennedy
    December 26, 2018 at

    the resolutions is a fabulous idea!

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