Lindsay lists 10 Easy Ways to Document Holiday Memories.
Wendy has a great round-up of Christmas Eve Traditions for Families.
Lori shares I Am a Hoarder: 10 Things to Purge This Christmas.
There’s a great story in Chris’ life lesson from her nephew.
Deb has 20 Quotes to Bless Your Christmas.
Merry Christmas, from our house to yours!
We’ll be keeping our own Christmas Eve traditions this weekend. I’m really looking forward to lots of family time! Hope you have a wonderful weekend preparing to celebrate Christ’s birth!!
Deb Wolf says
Thank you, Tracey! What a blessing to be included here! You made my day! May your Christmas celebration be full of blessings and joy! Hugs!
Hope you and yours have a very merry Christmas as well!!
We do a few of those easy ways to document holiday memories: we always do a dated ornament every year & put a picture of the kids at a Santa visit in it. I was faithful about photo Christmas cards from Will’s birth until last year. (Cutting them was an easy way to save time & money, when almost everyone we stay in contact with is on social media.)
I like the idea of the dated ornament with a Santa and kids picture in it!! What great memories to look back over every year!
I really enjoyed the post about the glow sticks: what a neat way to learn a lesson! The quotes were fun to read, too!
I hope you have a lovely Christmas!
Elizabeth Spencer says
Happy Day-After-Christmas, Tracey! Love this glimpse of your festive home, and I loved your family picture, and I loved Lori’s purge post. Blessings on the rest of 2017 and on the new year ahead!
Thank you, Elizabeth!! Many blessings to you and your family as well!!