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5 Christmas Beliefs My Kids Need to Know #HowWeFamily
Christmas always brings on reflection for me. That got me to thinking about Christmas and my kids. What are the most important beliefs I want them to know at this time of year? While there are certainly many amazing themes and values I want to instill on my family, there are (to me) 5 Christmas Beliefs My Kids Need to Know.
I want my kids to know how much more fulfilling it is to give than receive. Christmas is an amazing opportunity to not only tell my kids of the importance of giving but SHOW them why giving is at the heart of Christmas.
The Reason for the Season
I pray that my kids understand what the true meaning of Christmas means to our family. And guess what, it’s not a fat guy in a chimney. Reading the Christmas story every year with our kids in Christmas jammies, I hope that the story of a stable, a manger and a miracle really stick with them.
Christmas traditions are not only unique but important
Christmas is about time. Time just for staring at Christmas lights and singing songs. Time for drinking hot cocoa and watching Christmas classics. Time for family and memories….real memories where we are focused on each other.
And most importantly, I want my kids to know that Christmas is about love. Love for our family, love for our friends, love for that complete stranger. Christmas simply is love.
#HowWeFamily at this time of year is unique and special. They are values that I hope my children keep with them as the grow. These Christmas beliefs are important to how we family this holiday season.