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Christmas in our home

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Just a simple and small things for the wee ones and a tower for hubby 🙂

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My spoiled brats and a dad equals to ten spoiled brats 🙂

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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

 

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2 thoughts on “Christmas in our home

  1. well at least you don’t have boys who are so messy. my place isn’t really as nice as yours but they sure can make it a pigs pen in here. you have a lovely family and gorgeous boys and a cute girl kat. you did good!

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