'Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro' the house. Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse....
I love those words, because they mark a family tradition that is 20 years old. Every year on Christmas Eve I would read The Night Before Christmas to my boy, who is almost 21. Now I read the exact same copy to my girl, nearly 5.
Traditions that are super special and something we look forward to. Ones I hope my children continue in years to come.
This one remembers those who have passed, we have an angel on the tree for everyone of our special people who are no longer with us.
Each year we buy a new decoration for the tree, this is last year's from Bali. Where I can, I add the year and where I got the decoration from.
A few more traditions, leaving out the Santa Key, a snack and drink for Santa and his Reindeer and watching Santa's message to Matilda via the Portable North Pole.
and my final tradition is wrapping the presents on Christmas Eve. I've done this for years and I love it. A nice snack, some good TV and I'm set.
Ok, I'm off to finish this job right now.
Thanks again to Larissa from LMR Photography for photographing my tree.