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A Christmas Eve Tradition: PJ’s and a Family Game

Christmas Eve TraditionOne of my favorite Christmas traditions that we started back when our family was just me and hubs, is opening new pajamas on Christmas Eve to wear to bed that night, and of course, most of the day on Christmas Day too.

Now that we’ve added three kiddos to our family, this is one of their favorite traditions too. Who doesn’t love getting new pajamas?

Even though they know what they’re getting, my kids love to open up their presents and see what kind of pajamas they got and then change into them right away. It’s so fun to be warm and snugly together as a family in our new pajamas on Christmas Eve.

I love to get my kids’ Christmas Eve pajamas at Target because of the great options and affordability. My daughter loves the button down flannel pjs, my son loves the cotton pjs with his favorite characters, and I love the soft zip-up sleepers for the baby.

We also get our family a new game every Christmas Eve, and after we’ve changed into our new pj’s and made hot chocolate, we open up the new game and play together as a family. It’s a tradition that I’m especially looking forward to as our kids get older and are able to play more advanced games than Candy Land.

But this year, I can’t wait for Christmas Eve to give our kids their new pajamas and game, to snuggle with them and cherish the moments of this family tradition.

What’s your family’s Christmas Eve tradition?

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Emily writes about green and natural living at Live Renewed.
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