Family Nativity

My very, very favorite Christmas tradition of all is our annual Christmas Eve Nativity reenactment. I’ve done it every year of my life as far back as I can remember, and probably all the years before I can remember too. But that’s not why it’s my favorite. It is my favorite because gathering with familyContinue reading “Family Nativity”

Shepherd’s Supper: A Christmás Tradition

Traditions are important to me, but I try to think long and hard before adding any new ones, because simplicity is also important. But this tradition that we started just a couple years ago met all the criteria with flying colors: simple, sustainable, and meaningful. I first heard about the idea of hosting a Shepherd’sContinue reading “Shepherd’s Supper: A Christmás Tradition”

Homemade Sibling Gifts

A special part of our Christmás celebration is helping our children develop the attribute of generosity. Looking beyond their own wants and needs and thinking about others is a great way to be more like Christ, and do His work during this special time of year. One way we have always done that is byContinue reading “Homemade Sibling Gifts”

Inviting More Christ into Christmas: Nativities for Kids

This post on Nativities for Kids contains affiliate links. This means I earn a small commission when you make a purchase through my link, but your price stays the same. Thank you for supporting! A couple weeks ago I saw the word Christmas differently than I had before. Christmás. Más meaning “more” in Spanish.Continue reading “Inviting More Christ into Christmas: Nativities for Kids”