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Family Holiday Traditions Archives - Simply Helping Him: Marriage Experience from a Help Meet

Category Archive: Family Holiday Traditions

Nov 09

Barefoot Hippie Holiday Traditions

  It’s November, y’all! I know I said that last Friday, but it still has got me by surprise. The calendar turns to November and my mind turns to the holidays. And to holiday traditions. We Barefoot Hippies have carved out our own traditions that are a blend of both our family back grounds and …

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Nov 08

Holiday Season Traditions & Mommy Guilt

The change of seasons – they are so regular, and yet there is promise of something new in each change.  The blessing that is a new season is glorious.  And to think that as mothers we have the chance to add family tradition into these seasons is amazing.   Holiday traditions can take over so …

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Nov 07

Traditions: Christmas Book List for Kids with Link Up

Our family has a few different Christmas family traditions as I’m sure your family does too. Our traditions range from the Christmas Day menu and who hands out presents, to Christmas readings and more. One of our favorite Christmas traditions is our Christmas Day readings. We start off Christmas morning by reading the Christmas Story. …

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Nov 05

Sauteed Zucchini & Summer Squash with Link Up

Today’s Tasty Treat’s Recipe comes from Heather as part of the Help Meet Corner! I hope you enjoy her post today!     Holiday time always looked a little different at my house growing up; we ate vegetarian! At Thanksgiving we didn’t have the huge turkey in the middle of the table, or the ham …

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Nov 04

A Tender Croatian Christmas

  We were never very traditional people by nature – until the day after Thanksgiving rolled around. That’s when our family carefully unpacked one tradition after another, savoring each one like a tender morsel. From decorating the whole yard and house to homemade peanut brittle.  From tree-decorating to caroling our neighbors.  From reading the Christmas story and reviewing the reason for the …

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