Della Devoted!: H54F- Favorite Christmas Traditions

Friday, December 18, 2015

H54F- Favorite Christmas Traditions

Hello everyone! Welcome to the weekly High Five For Friday linkup hosted by Tif@ Bright On A Budget, Katie @ Cup of Tea, Caitlin  @ Coffee With Caitlin and myself. We're glad you're here!



This week's featured blogger is Tabitha from A Hundred Tiny Wishes.  Tabitha is a Lifestyle and Beauty Blogger. She is a wife and a mom. Tabitha also is an Etsy shop owner. She recently shared a post of her Favorite Christmas Cookies and Candy that looked amazing. Now I'm hungry lol! You will definitely want to check that post out if you are looking for some dessert inspiration for Christmas.  Please stop by and say hello to Tabitha. 

This week on High Five For Friday I am sharing with you my top 5 Favorite Christmas Traditions. I would love to hear what yours are:


1) Going to see Christmas lights- We go look at lights every year but this year was so much fun with Raylan. He loved them and kept saying Awe!


This year we decided to take our family Christmas photo in the park as we were looking at the lights 

2) Seeing a Christmas play- I try to watch one every year. Raylan was too wild to be in one this year. He wouldn't sit still long enough to participate lol. Last year he was a donkey. 

3) Making Cookies for Santa- This was one my mom always did for my brother and I. Even when we got older she still made us cookies every Christmas Eve. This is one I want to continue on with Raylan. We did a mini photo session here at home. I can't believe I caught the milk in action as he was pouring it out. This photo was too cute not to share. I love capturing these little moments. 


4) Watching Christmas movies- I love love love Christmas movies. My absolute favorite two are Frosty the Snowman and National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. Justin and I always watch National Lampoons together. 

5) Last but certainly not least is baking- Growing up, my parents and I always baked several goodies for Christmas. One of my favorite memories is when my mom and dad got me an Easy Bake Oven for Christmas. That really set my love for baking in motion. To this day, I still help my dad bake for Thanksgiving and Christmas every year. It's a lot of work but I truly enjoy it and making wonderful memories. 

Thanks for linking up! High Five For Friday will be back the week after Christmas. We will be taking Christmas off. Have a very Merry Christmas! I can't wait to hear all about everyone's Christmas! Don't forget to keep Christ is Christmas for  Jesus is the Reason for the Season. God Bless You!

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