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Pump Up Your Holiday Traditions

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Here are 13 simple ways to inject some spirit into your season.

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Is your family lacking in the holiday traditions department? Hey, why not steal one from another family? These fabulous mom bloggers are sharing their favorite ways to boost the holiday spirit in their households. Go forth and celebrate the season!

Best Holiday Tradition Ever! - Verity Mom
6 Weeks 'Til Christmas: Create a New Family Tradition - Simple Mom
One of My Most Cherished Childhood Memories - Lil Sugar
Holiday Pajamas, A Picture-Perfect Tradition - BlogHer
New Tradition: Holiday Swap! - Busy Mom
The Holidays - Stressful Time or Opportunity to Make New Family Traditions - NYC Moms
Holiday Traditions - Scandinavian Gløgg - First Time Mommy
The Joy of Creating Your Own Holiday Traditions - Mommy Muse
Join Christmas Carolers for Holiday Songs - Mommy Poppins
Teens and Holiday Traditions - Family Education
A Holiday Tradition - Family Education
Holiday Traditions - Everyday Mama
Mothers, Daughters, and Tradition - Parenting Pink


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2 comments so far | Post a comment now
Regina B. Holland December 12, 2009, 12:24 PM

I hold contests with my Gram children about what the different Christmas symbols mean…Such as a live Christmas tree represents the manger. Candy Canes, Jesus’ sacrifice(the blood he shed and the white-purity. Whoever wins on the symbols wins a large candy cane and gift.

tell kids the truth~it won't hurt them December 13, 2009, 10:50 AM

Grammy…you may want to do a little research…most Christmas symbols come from the pagan holiday which preceded what we celebrate today. If it is Jesus’ birth you would like to commemorate, Luke 2 is a good place to start.


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