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The It’s Christmas Holiday Giveaway Hop is live 12/17 at 12:01am and ends 12/24 at 11:59pm.

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  1. Sheila Owen says:

    Going to my parents house for roast beef, and seeing all my friends and family .

  2. Baking cookies!! Oh and tamales!

  3. laurie nykaza says:

    making cookies and pumpkin roll up cake

  4. We exchange ornaments on Christams Eve, watch “It’s a wonderful Life” and eat sandwiches.

  5. Going to Christmas mass with my family!

  6. Cathy French says:

    going to boyfriend’s mothers house for Christmas dinner and present swap

  7. Julie Wood says:

    My favorite Holiday Tradition is to go get our Christmas tree with the family! We make it a day, and bring plenty of hot cocoa and coffee and listen to Christmas music on the way in the car to get our tree at the farm. It is so much fun!

  8. steve weber says:

    Going to look at Christmas lights.

  9. To open one present Christmas Eve…while watching my three boys get excited

  10. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger says:
  11. Opening stockings before breakfast!

  12. Tanya Holland says:

    I love baking cookies with my family on Christmas eve.

  13. All of the women in our family do a handmade gift exchange.

  14. Kris Garvey says:

    The Macy’s Light Show with family (Philadelphia)

  15. My favorite tradition is my family’s potluck style dinner on Christmas Eve.

  16. lynn buttedal says:

    Family dinner on christmas eve!

  17. Morning brunch with hashbrown casserole!

  18. Making Christmas cookies.

  19. We always open just one gift each on Christmas Eve, been doing it for years now.

  20. Our favorite holiday tradition is to have the adults open gifts from each other on Christmas Eve then wait for the kids to open theirs from Santa on Christmas morning 🙂

  21. rebeka deleon says:

    i like making cookies with my kids to leave for santa.

  22. Decorating the Christmas tree!

  23. I like baking cookies for friends and neighbors.

  24. savannah logan says:

    letting the kids decorate the tree is so much fun

  25. Ellen Thompson says:

    We always get the kids (cousins) together a couple of days before Christmas and let them make homemade Christmas ornaments. We always have a lot of fun.

  26. My favorite holiday tradition is finding the pickle ornament on my grandma’s tree.

  27. We have friends and family over and then make breakfast out of the leftovers.

  28. Chinese gift exchange is our family tradition.

  29. vetteklisa says:

    baking homemade cinnamon rolls for Christmas breakfast

  30. Sheri Ferguson says:

    Our new favorite holiday tradition is our 99cent give exchange. Each gift given has to have a story behind it. It’s great fun without breaking the bank!

  31. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Baking cookies, decorating them, playing board and card games!

  32. Cynthia Cover says:

    Making Lasagna and feta rolls, watching the kids open presents.

  33. Baking cookies!

  34. My favorite holiday tradition is countdown rings

  35. Sherry Compton says:

    I love watching Christmas movies with my family.

  36. Melissa Scoville says:

    watching Christmas movies!

  37. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger says:

    We have a kind of complex, multi-cultural/melting-pot extended family with a wide and sometimes will mixed bag of traditions and evolving ways to celebrate and also say/express our grace & gratitude.

    A few of these traditions and celebrations that my Honey/Hubby and I especially enjoy are:

    Christmas Eve – visit SEVERAL “family” gatherings to celebrate & share before going to BOTH a Midnight Mass and every year, a Christmas Eve service at one of the MANY MANY churches in ours and neighboring towns – and even “the city!” We try to attend a service at a different church every year.

    On New Years Eve we always have our own special rituals for reflecting and commemorating the past year – while preparing for the PROMISE of the New Year, new beginnings, fresh starts, the miracle of SPRING and reaffirming our strongest and highest hopes and dreams…

    We go out to celebrated with friends and family early in the evening / parties but always come home before midnight to share our own traditions, enjoy something very special to eat (like smoked salmon!) and toast in the New Year with a Kir Royale.

  38. Homemade cinnamon buns for breakfast on christmas morning

  39. Decorating the Christmas tree!

  40. I love cooking lots of good food, esp the sweet potato pie!

  41. christina p says:

    Our holiday tradition is baking cookies and being with the family.

  42. church services & decorating!

  43. Ashley Trail says:

    We love baking cookies together every year!

  44. My favorite holiday tradition is Christmas eve dinner at my grandparents’ house.

  45. My favorite holiday tradition is making candy with my kids.

  46. My favorite holiday tradition is eating take-out pizza on the fine china for Christmas Eve dinner!

  47. robyn donnelly says:

    In the past the christmas tradition was to have a large potluck at a relatives house and exchange a present with a secret santa in the group.

  48. Kathie Craig says:

    When I was younger, it was a tradition for our family to attend a Christmas Eve program at church every year.

  49. Our favorite holiday tradition is to share with others who may have nothing.

  50. Breakfast Christmas morning with my family.

  51. going to nyc to see the tree with the kids!

  52. i love decorating the tree with ornaments with the family

  53. Making Spritz cookies!

  54. A holiday tradition I have is to go over to my parent’s home on christmas eve and watch It’s a wonderful Life.

  55. Cassandra French says:

    when i was younger and got to pick out a gift to unwrap on christmas eve!

  56. decorating the Christmas tree

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