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Have you ever tried sipping homemade hot cocoa around a sizzling hot fireplace while watching reruns of your favorite childhood cartoons? Or maybe you’ve experienced the joy of bringing Christmas joy to the homes of your neighbors and friends by caroling on their doorstep? The holidays are best experienced when you fill them with fun activities and memories. If you are currently looking for fun new ways to enjoy the season, here are three holiday traditions that will make this Christmas season unforgettable.
1. Be Someone’s Secret Santa. This holiday tradition will likely become one of your very favorites. Not only is it simple to do, but it helps to bring the holiday spirit to those who might need it most. Simply choose an individual or family who you know could use some extra cheer this Christmas. Next, choose 12 different gifts to give them (one gift each night beginning on the 12th day before Christmas). The sky is the limit when it comes to the type of gifts you can choose. If it’s a family of young kids, they might appreciate toys, customized puzzles or family games. If it is a young newly-married couple, they might appreciate cash tucked into heartfelt Merry Christmas cards.
2. Watch Christmas Classics. Watching Christmas classics is a tradition that the entire family will love. Choose from old animated cartoons that you watched as a child, or give a few modern holiday flicks a try. No matter what you watch, you will enjoy spending time together snug and warm inside your home.
3. Customize the Tree. Decorating the tree can be a daunting task, but customizing your tree every year can turn a mundane chore into a beloved family tradition. Have your kids make their own ornament projects each year, or consider adding a new custom photo ornament of your family to the tree every Christmas Eve.