Posted by Kristel Acevedo
Shopping for everyone on your list can be tough, but sometimes the mom-to-be can be especially tough to buy for. But with Christmas just a couple weeks away, it’s time to get that shopping done!
This Christmas, my sister is expecting her second baby (a girl!) and I know she would love any of these gifts. If you’re looking for some gifts for the Disney-loving mama-to-be in your life, check out these options:
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Advent is one of my favorite times of the year. To us, it’s more than a countdown to Christmas. Advent is a time to pause and reflect, to anticipate and wait for the goodness that is Christmas and its message. Advent is a celebration of love.
Each year, we celebrate Advent as a family, doing fun, festive things together each and every day leading up to Christmas. With Margot’s first Christmas, we’re making sure to include her in our Advent festivities.
Here are our favorite ways to celebrate Advent with a baby…
Posted by Alicia Gibbs
After Thanksgiving, Noche Buena (Christmas Eve) has to be my all-time favorite holiday. Ever since I was a child, I’ve loved it — so much so, that I want to ensure that I pass down the traditions of Noche Buena on to my children as my mother did to me.
Noche Buena is all about love and family like most holidays, but the combination of the tree and decorations, glasses of eggnog, twinkling lights, nostalgic holiday music, and laughter in the background make it probably one the most beautiful and memorable holidays.
When it comes to traditions, there are the classic singing, dancing and board games — but here are the 4 Noche Buena traditions that I want to pass down to my children…
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
There’s just something about Christmas with little ones that is extra special. I was never super big on Christmas before I had kids, but now that they’re here it’s like I want to make everything extra magical for them. With the busy-ness of this season it’s easy to get overwhelmed with to-do lists, but there are definitely some simple ways to make this time of year a big more magical. Here are some things we’re doing to capture some Christmas magic in our family…
Posted by Kristel Acevedo
In the Hispanic culture, we don’t do much on Christmas Day. That day is mostly reserved for lounging and resting. That’s because the real party happens on the 24th. We refer to Christmas Eve as “Noche Buena,” which means “good night.” Everyone gets in on the party — from the smallest of babes to the abuelitas.