Then, please visit the other blogs listed below for more great ideas!
Read more about this here.
We can\’t forget our favorite tradition: Wisemen Adventures!!
The link-up starts Dec. 3 and will run till the feast of the Epiphany.
Here are a few printable nativities we have tried in past years: Click here.
We created a few Epiphany
Click here for the Epiphany Crafts.
Click here for a list of Angel Crafts:
Nativities Kids Can Enjoy!
(And mom can rest!)
I like to have lots of nativities setting around the house! Most of them the kids know they are not allowed to touch, but I have a few that they can \”play\” with.
For families with young children, child-proofing all your decorations is a great beginning to a happy Holiday! It may not look \”magazine\” beautiful, but at least the kids and you can enjoy the season stress free!
St. Nicholas is a fun day around our house! We have a little party and give a few little gifts. I like to focus on St. Nicholas sense I try to not focus on Santa. Don\’t get me wrong. Santa is welcome in our house, but if we do talk about Santa we focus the idea of him as being more of a spirit of giving – not a old guy with a wife and elves. After all Santa was really meant to be St. Nicholas and St. Nicholas never got married or hung out with elves.
Click here to read about our St. Nicholas celebration.
Our Lady\’s Feast Days
St. Steven was stoned to death, so every year we make some rock candy for the feast of St. Steven. Then after we read a story about him we enjoy our snack!
What do you do to have a meaningful Christmas at your house?
May you all have a blessed Christmas season.