Keeping Christmas Simple and Meaningful #121
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Stephanie Langford of Keeper of the home talks about keeping Christmas Simple and Meaningful with young children.
In this episode::
- How we can keep Christmas simple with small children
- Christmas lists
- Stocking ideas
“Kids are actually happy with really simple things” @keeperhome — Click to Tweet
- Gifts and traditions that you know and your partner knows.
- Love Language of gifts
- Conversations around gifts
- Other family members and their ideas around gifts
- Setting limits and finding your position.
- Choosing to approach Christmas differently depending on which side of the family.
- Talking about how we’re going to do Christmas each year as times change
- Picking presents or making gifts how far in advance.
- Clutter free gifts
- Memories and experiences as gifts
- Keeping the Christ in Christmas
- Advent and daily devotional plan
- Christmas morning ideas
- Giving and serving at Christmas
- Focus on having a simpler Christmas
- Deciding which things will NOT be part of your Christmas celebrations
- What do you do when you don’t feel like Christmas?
- Perspectives on Christmas.
- two actions you’ve taken in the last 2 years that have had a positive effect on your life?
- What were you doing 12 years ago?
- The favourite play activity in your household?
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