November 20, 2014

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In this blog, I encourage you to talk about any family holiday traditions, or just reflect on the past year and all of the memories that were made and can be shared in your Holiday cards. Growing up my family's Christmas tradition was always fun. We'd always gather around on Christmas Eve and get ready to go to Midnight Mass at church. We;d watch the story of birth of Christ. My brother and I came out in the play for a few years. After we got home, we'd all fall asleep and wake up Christmas Morning ready to open out gifts. The tradition has changed since now my brother and I have our own little family. We head over to our parents' house and have a Christmas Eve dinner and exchange gifts. At the end of the night we head home and we bake cookies for Santa and then the kids get ready for bed. My teenager helps out and keeps the believing alive for my son. We open the gifts at midnight and the kiddos stay up a while longer. On Christmas Day, we wake up a little late and get ready to head to the movie theater to watch the movie that has come out on that day. I always say that you can carry on your tradition from when you were younger or create a new tradition.  Please share your favorite Chirstmas story and include the hashtag #MyChristmasStory on Twitter!

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