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shelly23
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We watch on the 24th Christmas Vacacation
We are starting a new tradition this year, we are baking Jesus a bithday cake. Just listing our traditions, not intending to offend anyone.

Please list holiday traditions here...
I think this will be neat a good way to learn new traditions and customs of others.. Best wishes all....

[ 11-20-2009, 09:56 AM: Message edited by: shelly23 ]

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What a nice topic.

And what a nice new tradition to add to your holly days. I'd love to hear more.

[Big Grin]

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My husband and I usually drive somewhere for Thanksgiving, so on the way home, we always listen to Christmas music. Usually it's a Manheim Steamroller CD.

My mom always makes cookies that the "kids" (us) can decorate, even though we are all adults now.

I also love watching Charlie Brown Christmas, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas (animated and the Jim Carey one). I always make sure to watch them.

We always go to church, all dressed up, on Christmas Eve at night.

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I started a new tradition last year. We now decorate the Christmas tree on Thanksgiving day after we eat.

This way everyone helps and I don't end up doing all of the work myself. [Big Grin]

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Good thinking joalo...

Well, I need to start a new tradition since lyme and company.

Two years ago I hung a star from my ceiling fan chain.

Last year it was a snow man...that guy is still on the end of the ceiling fan chain.

It needs to be something simple.

Hmmm

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Black Friday shopping and eating those little sausages on Christmas Eve are two of my traditions.
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