Christmas in our home
Just a simple and small things for the wee ones and a tower for hubby 🙂
My spoiled brats and a dad equals to ten spoiled brats 🙂
a lovely sight after they’ve collected their favorites 🙂
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I remember growing up in the Philippines, Christmas was a treasured holiday. Though there were plenty of traditions to be observed, however, in my home most of them were catholic. Midnight mass was a must, there were prayers and the numerous ordeal of novenas, but in the end it was a blessing.
As a child, these traditions were amazing. Though I don’t observe them here in the states but those memories were ones I treasure most.
So in my home, here in the States, we don’t have any of our ancestral traditions. My husband is Russian-Italian-Irish decent, while I’m a complete Hines 57 which is comprised of Filipino-Spanish (maternal) Spanish-Chinese-Greek and the rest of mid-east (paternal). Now you see, my children are hybrids of Hines 57 🙂 There’s bountiful traditions to be observed but we’re glad we have our own.
It’s been a wonderful Christmas and next year, there will be a tradition we are going to enjoy and obeserve 🙂
Have a wonderful Christmas everyone!
© Kat Lukenovich 2012