Day 1. Decorate the Christmas Tree.
Day 2. Write a nice letter or make a Christmas card for your teacher.
Day 3. Make a wishlist.
Day 4. Read a Christmas book together.
Day 5. Visit a Christmas Bazaar and give each kiddo $5 from their piggy banks to spend.
Day 6. Take an ugly Christmas sweater family photo.
Day 7. Drink hot cocoa with dinner.
Day 8. Make a Christmas card for a friend or neighbor.
Day 9. Read a Christmas book together.
Day 10. Help wrap Christmas gifts.
Day 11. Eat pizza and watch a Christmas movie.
Day 12. Sleep out in the living room with the Christmas lights on.
Day 13. Listen to Christmas music all day.
Day 14. Write a nice note to your brother/ sister telling them 3 things you like about them.
Day 15. Attend Molly's Christmas program.
Day 16. Make a Christmas card for your Bus Driver.
Day 17. Attend Anthony's Christmas program.
Day 18. Play out in the snow.
Day 19. Bake cookies and host our neighborhood Christmas party.
Day 20. Hold a Cub Scout Den Meeting/Christmas Party with games and a gift exchange.
Day 21. Eat lunch out and wrap up all our Christmas shopping.
Day 22. Play in the snow and go sledding.
Day 23. Make reindeer food and write letters to Santa (we did this with Anthony's friend who slept over!).
Day 24. Open our Christmas Eve gift, (each kiddo gets to open one gift on Christmas Eve....this year they each received a new set of pj's from Mama and Papa. As an added bonus, they got to open a gift from their Aunt Erica, Uncle Matt, and Cousin Madalynn in VT!....a handmade blanket!) put out the reindeer food, and set out Santa's milk and cookies!
Now we are all in our pj's, snuggled with our blankets in the living room, ready to watch Elf before sending the kiddos off to bed! Children make Christmas so fun!
Merry Christmas and many blessings,
from my family to yours!