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Q: Do you have a Christmas Eve tradition?

December 22, 2009 | By Kavykeeper | 6 answers | Expired: 1659 days ago

Kavykeeper

I've usually worked on Christmas Eve so we've rarely ever had big plans for that day. I no longer have to work on it and am trying to think of something fun to do with my family. I'd love to get some suggestions and hear what you do on that day.

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Hannah H.
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Dec 24, 2009

I go to my grandma's at four.We just chill until five,then we eat,we eat some more,and by then the kids want to open their presents.We open presents,and play with them for a good hour,then at about 9:30 we all go home,go to bed, and wait for santa claus!

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Bowne
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Dec 24, 2009

We spend the day at my in-laws house. We play monopoly and dominoes, have lunch/dinner together and open presents.

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Modern D.
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Dec 23, 2009

Last year- our dog crazy family had a really fun contest. We had to dress up our dogs and take a picture. We had impartial judges choose the best picture! It was really fun, we had fun dressing up the dogs and taking the pics as well as cheering for our favorite picture.

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Amber
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Dec 23, 2009

for a while, my sister and a friend and i would always go to Bennigan's on Christmas eve for dinner. i posted a journal entry about the first Christmas we did this, which was very memorable and bizarre. but then last year they started closing early on Christmas eve, and now...there's no more Bennigan's here, so our tradition is officially dead. :(

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Lherbertson
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Dec 22, 2009

We arrange the presents under the tree, put the tree topper on, eat kielbasa sandwiches, and watch movies.

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DevilDawg
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Dec 22, 2009

Our immediate family, meaning my daughters and their familes, all get together for a Lasagna Dinner and they open their gifts. We tag along, but then visit them each Christmas day and deliver their gifts. My sister-in-law(lives 2 hours away) has a huge Christmas Eve buffet. We used to drive down, yes all of us, to visit with the entire family on my husband's side. It's just too difficult to that now. It's a shame as my brother-in-law sets up the most elaborate train village under his tree. It's a work of art and the children truly are fascinated by it.

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