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I won't until she's 3 or so. I grew up in Germany and there are a few traditions I'd like to bring her up with. We used to leave our shoes on the front step to be filled by St.Nikolaus, always had Advent calendars and wreaths and a "kid tree" to decorate with durable ornaments instead of Mommy's fragile heirlooms.
And there's got to be cookies. Warm, soft, spicy Leibkuchen! Num!
We're giving our children an ornament each year so that when they leave the nest they'll have a set.
Reading Night Before Christmas every Christmas Eve.
New pjs on Xmas Eve (but this year we won't be doing it...too young).
Bakin Xmas cut out sugar cookies and leave them out for Santa.
Our kids will get an ornament each year
read Twas the Night before Christmas each year
get christmas pajamas each year
bake christmas eve cookies (when they are older)
advent Bible study each sunday leading up to Christmas
church on christmas eve