Children are life’s most precious gift, and they deserve to be celebrated!
Here are posts from my blog sharing ways we love to celebrate children in our family or community:
🎉 Being together, a new month: Welcome Dinners
🎉 Christmas Traditions (Go to any previous year’s posts in December–there is a list on the sidebar of months of previous posts–or click on these posts: advent calendars, taking Christmas card photos, putting cards we receive up for all to enjoy, Reciprocal reading, the annual Christmas concert, Welcome Christmas!, the Christmas Devotional, year-long gifts, reusable gift tags and bags, Little People crèche, extended family gift-giving (includes the rotation chart), Welcome dinners, read or listen to Christmas stories, favorite Christmas music, Nate’s snowflakes.)
🎉 First Day of School
🎉 Extended Family Traditions: Cousin Dinners
🎉 High School Graduation
🎉 Holidays (besides Christmas): Books we put up on the mantle at the beginning of each month to read together (or alone); see list of posts below. Chinese New Year, Easter, Fourth of July, Halloween, St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day.
🎉 Missions (Call openings, packing, farewells, goodbye dinner, letters, Skype calls, welcome home signs, first meal home, homecomings)
🎉 Recitals, Performances, and Creative Work Displays
🎉 Weddings: Celebration Signs
Other posts about celebrations:
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