Day 41 – Locate your Advent calendar or find an Advent calendar that works for your family. If your family traditionally follows an Advent calendar, what kind do you use? What plans have you been making for Advent this year?
Day 42 – Card, photo, envelope, repeat. Gather the family to help you assemble this year’s Christmas cards. What is the status of your Christmas card mailing?
Day 43 – Whether or not you have your Christmas cards purchased or ordered and in your possession, today is a great day to move closer to having them ready to send out. You might prefer a fancy pen and handwriting your addresses on envelopes, or maybe printing labels is the route you take to addressing your envelopes. How many people are on your mailing list?
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Day 45 – Peruse the craft and gift ideas that you had earmarked in October, set out your supplies so they are accessible, and gather the family around the table for some good, creative fun.
Day 57 – Begin to research ways for your family to give this season. Take a look around your community for something meaningful to you. What are some of your family’s giving tradition(s)?
Day 58 – Begin to think about what might be happening in your home in December. Where are your holiday gatherings are usually held. If in your home, what are your best tips for hosting?
Day 59 – One of my favorite family traditions is our family’s Advent Calendar. Instead of candy, I place an activity in each day of December. It really helps me stay on track with all of the lovely things of the season. Do you have an Advent calendar? Tell about your Advent calendar plans.
Day 63 – Pay tribute to the pet in your life this Christmas. Maybe you could buy them a new bone or a new play toy or even have your children make something that shows how much your family values that pet. Give your pet a little extra attention this holiday season. Show us a photo of your furry, feathery, or fin-y friend!
Day 64 – Go through your gift closet and stash of trinkets and goodies. Inventory what you have and consider what might be good to keep your eye out for to add to your collection. Keep in mind the size of your stockings and do not go overboard. What does Santa put in stockings at your house?