Buy Christmas decorations as needed. Put up outside decorations. Make Christmas balls. Make Christmas cards.
- Baking Day, or two or three or four...
See the Nutcracker ballet. Put out shoes for Saint Nicholas day.
- Celebrate Saint Nicholas day.
Go ice skating. Go window shopping. Get a Christmas tree. Get greens and mistletoe and have hot cocoa when we get home. Make kissing balls and pomander balls. Go to our Homeschool Christmas party. Make wreaths. Make salt dough ornaments.
- Celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe day.
Perform in a Christmas Play.
- Make buns for St. Lucia day.
Play in the snow (if there is any.) Make angel necklaces to give as gifts.
- Make Christmas candy.
- Go caroling.
- Make Gingerbread houses.
Make sugar cookies. Go to our Homeschool Cookie Baking party.
- Celebrate Las Posadas.
Go to an Anniversary dinner and shop for family Secret Santa gifts. Have a Christmas movie night with lots of popcorn and hot cider.
- Drive around to see the Christmas lights and drink hot cocoa.
- Roast marshmallows by the fire.
Have a Christmas teatime.
- Make a Christmas craft, such as snow globes.
And for all of you that do the 12 Days of Christmas, you will understand that our Christmas celebrating lasts until Epiphany on January 6. These are on my list of things to do after Christmas Day.
- Celebrate the Feast of Saint Stephen.
Celebrate James' 13th birthday. Celebrate New Year's Eve. Celebrate New Year's Day Have a Twelfth Night Party.