Enter to Win the 2nd Annual Countdown to Christmas Giveaway! US Only, Ends 12/24

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Welcome to the 2nd Annual Countdown to Christmas Giveaway Event at Mommy’s Playbook!  If you are feeling pressure to get all of your holiday shopping done before the last guaranteed shipping date, let me give you a little relief! Sit back, relax, and Enter to Win this great giveaway! One lucky winner is going to take home ALL  of the great gifts below! There’s a great gift here for everyone in your home — how awesome is that?!!!!

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The winner of this great giveaway is not only going to receive No Stress Chess® and  Pass The Pigs® Big Pigs™, but they are ALSO going to receive Rubik’s® 40th Anniversary Metallic Cube AND Large Print Tile Lock Scrabble®… two of my personal long-time favorites! My ten year old son LOVES collecting various styles of Rubik’s so this great Cube was a huge hit in our home AND I’m so blind my eye doctor wouldn’t let me drive myself away from his office after my last check-up… so yeah… Mommy needs the LARGE Print everything, especially the Large Print Tile Lock Scrabble® if I expect to play to win!

Visit Winning Moves USA online to find the latest games to play with your family!

 

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219 thoughts on “Enter to Win the 2nd Annual Countdown to Christmas Giveaway! US Only, Ends 12/24

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    I have started to put up decorations and do some holiday baking

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      I love baking during the holidays too. We watch all the classic holiday movies and play lots of music.

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    We have an ornament that counts down to Christmas.

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    We have an advent calendar that holds small gifts.

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          We volunteer to serve at our church and at community organizations.

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    We have an Advent Calander or two filled with a pice of milk chocolate everyday. I’ve done this since I was a very small child now.

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    We do fun Christmas activities every day like decorating and listening to Christmas music.

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    we use an advent calendar to count down the days! it’s so fun!

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    We give the children a book every day.

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    Putting up the decorations is our family tradition.

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    The kids love having there own Advent calender’s which has chocolate inside they love having them every year to open up.

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    We always put up a Christmas garden. I have been doing this since my papaw did it with the family and boy has it grown. Now we are mamaw and papaw and we do it with our children and grandchildren. Some of the trains are over 50 years old that have been passed down. This is a wonderful tradition that I pray my children keep on doing.

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      My mom would start decorating right after Thanksgiving.

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    Our time honored countdown to Christmas tradition is the kiddo asking how many days until Christmas, every morning after Halloween. I guess we really should get some sort of countdown calendar, lol.

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    We always made a new dessert each day!

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    We have an advent calendar that hangs on the fridge.
    Thank you!

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    We watch a Christmas movie every night in December!

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    We have chocolate Advent Calendars, and we bake some new treat each day

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    Nothing really. Mom in law in hospital. Grandkids in self quarantine. 🙏

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    Every family member has a small advent calendar for 12 days before Christmas with special little treats behind each door!!

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    We make a paper chain and every night, we tear off one link of the chain. It is fun to make, fun to look at and fun to countdown the days.

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    Right after Thanksgiving we put up our tree and listen to Christmas music while decorating it. There are also days when we bake cookies and this year we will put up window decorations!

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    Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve has been a decades-old tradition.

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    On weekend we do a Christmas project , last weekend it was putting up lights , this weekend is putting up the tree.

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    I love making a paper chain with my daughter, I did it as a kid so it brings me a lot of nostalgia.

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    We have a countdown calendar which we change dailty.

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    We have an advent calendar to count down to Christmas.

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    We each have an advent calendar, this year including our pets. We get together each day and open our day together,

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    Making gingerbread houses. Every year we make 2. One we keep and the other we give to someone. We vote on who we think we should give the extra one to. It can be a friend, relative or neighbor.

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    We always wait until after my husbands birthday (the 8th) to start putting up decorations and the tree.

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    I have a snowman that counts down the days and plays a song on the last day.

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    We always do a chocolate Christmas Countdown Calendar!

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    I enjoy putting up the decorations with my family year after year and adding to the collection.

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    We just countdown with a calendar.

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    My most fun tradition is going to a tree farm to find the perfect tree, cutting it down and taking it home to decorate.

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    Baking–usually cookies–and gingerbread houses. They can get pretty messy and interesting with kids fro 2 1/2 through 11 involved.

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    Thank you for the opportunity to win. Our family likes to have a “tasting” party on Christmas Eve where we make punch and enjoy things like pigs in the blanket, bbq smokies, fudge, and all sorts of homemade candies.

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    We use an Advent Calendar. My sister made a super cute one this year. 🙂

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    My family has an advent calendar that my mom made for us over 20 years ago. It looks like a quilt and hangs on the wall. On the quilt is a picture of the inside of a Christmas decorated home and a list of places in the home at the bottom of the quilt. There is a little teddy bear that is moved every day to a different place in the Christmas house. My kiddos love taking turns to move the little guy around every day.

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    We Listen To Christmas Music and Eat Cookies!

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    my grandson usually get’s a advent calendar every year that you open one box each day to count down

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    We just the advent calendar’s to countdown to Christmas plus the Nomad site.

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    Years ago, we used to make a huge calendar on poster board and cross off the days. Or we made a calendar on the kids’ blackboard. We used an eraser then.

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    We have a retro radio that my mother-in-law gave us years ago. It counts down the days with an announcement from The North Pole every day. My kids love listening to the daily updates.

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    We used to make a calendar out of poster boards. We would cross off the dates. Or we used the kid’s blackboard and made a calendar. Then we erased the days off.

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    Our family is going to play the dice game were you pass the wrapped gift around the table and you either keep the gift or pass it on to someone else.

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    We get together for a meal and gift exchange. We’re still doing this this year, but it’ll be outside with individual snacks this time!

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    We typically listen to Christmas music while decorating the tree and also watch various Christmas movies, especially the day before Christmas

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    We like to count down by watching a holiday movie each night.

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    Putting up the tree, that starts the countdown to Christmas

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    My niece’s birthday is in November so I bought her a Lego advent calendar. She loves opening something new each day!

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    We have an advent calendar house. It was just for my husband and I’d fill it with fancier chocolates, now I try to squeeze in 3 pieces into the little doors for him and the 2 kids 🙂

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    We have a Christmas tree that has pockets and is an advent calendar. You move the candy cane down the tree each day until you get to Christmas.

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    My family doesn’t have a countdown to Christmas tradition.

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    As a child, I remember making a construction paper, interlocking set of “rings” as a countdown

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    Decorating the tree is my favorite tradition.

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    Not this year, but most our grandson helps us put up our Christmas tree around Thanksgiving. That begins our countdown to Christmas

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    We don’t have a countdown. Most of my kids are grown. Have the granddaughter now and she just marks off days on her calendar.

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    My kids have advent calendars they open each day of December to countdown to Christmas. Also, the week before Christmas we read The Star From Afar and they have to find the star every morning for the wise men.

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    We have a digital Santa ornament that counts down to Christmas.

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    We make it a family project to put up our outside Christmas lights and decorations after Thanksgiving!

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    We love to bake cookies and drive around the neighborhood looking at Christmas lights.

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    My nieces do an advent calendar with chocolates.

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    My family has never really done an official countdown to Christmas.

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    Decorating and putting up the tree. We also go for a ride every year to look at all of the beautiful lights and decorations around our town.

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    We do a advent calendar with small gifts or candy.

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    I start making all kinds of cookies and candies that I share with family and friends on Christmas Eve.

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    For sure decorations and me making a list of special items to bake/cook for the holidays

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    I think my fave is the advent calendar we do every year. It’s a new ornament every day and we just use the same calendar/ ornaments every year. It’s been going on since I was a kid and now it’s passed onto my family.

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    We watch Christmas movies,decorate,wrap gifts,drink hot chocolate.

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      Honestly in our family we never really did advent. There was no traditions for counting down christmas….however from Thanksgiving night and on we do and fill everyday with some sort of christmas activity. Starting with putting up the tree.

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    We have an advent countdown calendar that we use the count the days until Christmas.

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    Sometimes we use an Advent calendar, but we haven’t done it so far this year.

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    We watch Christmas movies all through December. Nights we don’t have time for a movie, we make sure to listen to Christmas music on full blast!

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    We have an Advent Calendar but we bake cookies twice a week and watch Christmas movies daily .

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    We don’t have any kind of countdown to Christmas.

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    We count down to Christmas with a mini story book in the evening time.

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    Watching Christmas movies together, decorating the house, and baking.

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    We are big fans of Advent Calendars and usually have a couple going. This year even the dog has one!

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    We have an advent calendar Christmas tree that counts down the days!

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    The kids in the family all help their grandmother put decorations on the tree. They each have a special Christmas picture ornament they put on the tree all on their own.

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    We make rings of red & green construction paper to count down the days left! My special Xmas decorations come out
    next.

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    We read Christmas stories nightly up to Christmas

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    We get a new advent calendar each year.

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    We make a paper chain in Christmas colors and take off a ring every night.

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    We don’t actually have a countdown to Christmas tradition, but after reading some other comments, I have some good ideas to start next year.

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    Always make sure gifts are ordered to get before Christmas, food for Christmas dinner is bought early enough, if sending cards, make sure sending in time and other years00set a date for caroling!

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    The kids and even our dogs have Advent calanders that we open every day for a treat. And we have special family traditions that we do every December like visiting the zoo and drive through light shows.

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    We do an advent calendar, as well as a cute little Santa calendar with a countdown on him.

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    Baking cookies throughout December for neighbors and friends.

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    We actually get the traditional Advent countdown calendars for each member. Each day is filled with a small sweet or toy, but I have seen them done with cheeses and alcohol.lol.

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    We have an Advent calendar to count down to Christmas.

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    We have a special advent calendar with toys and surprises inside

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    We decorate gingerbread houses, have a Christmas tea, and go to ICE!

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    We don’t have a specific count down tradition we just watch a lot of Christmas movies.

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    I don’t have a tradition. Putting up the tree and enjoying it.

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    We ask Google every day “how many days until Christmas?”

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    We’ve never had a countdown tradition

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    We do advent calendars and a Disney countdown

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    My daughter and I love to shop together. We usually start on Black Friday morning.We go out for meals and laugh a lot.

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    We read a chapter in Luke each night leading up to Christmas.

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    Everyday we place one more ornament on the tree.

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    We have out annual Advent calendar that counts down the days for kiddo.

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    Decorating the tree and making Christmas cookies are our favorite traditions.

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    Our biggest countdown tradition, has to be our advent calendars! Every year we get different ones for each member of the family, even the dog gets one! The kids get ones with little toys or chocolates and the adults get ones socks or even coffee! We open them every night after dinner and it’s something that we all look forward to every year!

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    Decorating the Christmas tree, putting the strands of twinkling lights outside, and listening to Christmas music.

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    We live to adopt a family each year, buy and wrap items on their wish list. It is so much fun to deliver them and see the joy on family’s faces.

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    We are planning a trip to look at local holiday light displays.

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    We have an advent calendar filled with chocolate. We also like to bake cookies and deliver them to our friends and neighbors.

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    We draw a Santa Claus and each day glue a cotton ball to his beard, when it’s full Christmas is here

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    We did Advent candles the 4 Sundays before Christmas.
    Thanks for the contest.

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    I have a countdown Christmas Santa display and my son uses Advent Calendars for my grandchildren

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    My grandsons have a candy countdown calendar.

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    We don’t have any countdown to Christmas traditions, but this has me thinking

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    We watch all the newest Christmas movies on the Hallmark channel.

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    Making treats for my family and friends.

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    I haven’t done anything to celebrate each day specifically this year. We did put up lights and a tree. We also watch lots of Christmas movies.

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    When I was little, my mom had a candle that she wrote the dates on. We would burn through one date each night at dinner, counting down to Christmas Day.

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    We put up our Tree on Thanksgiving and then count down by watching a different holiday movie each night!

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    decorating and opening one gift early on christmas eve

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    We use a chocolate advent calendar for our countdown.

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    We pick a new book to read each night.

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    We count down by watching alll the Christmas movies

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    We have an advent calendar every year.

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    No traditions. Never got married. Never had children. The tradition this year is to try to stay alive for the coming year.

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    Order gifts and bake lots of treats!

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    We bake Christmas cookies and watch holiday movies.

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    We love baking Christmas treat for friends and family!

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    holiday baking and decorating our Christmas tree

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    When the kids were small we had advent calendars. They loved the ones with a candy behind the door

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    We don’t have a count down to Christmas. We used to open one gift on Christmas eve and the rest Christmas morning, but since the kids are grown we no longer exchange gifts. We get together Christmas day for fun, laughs and great food.

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    After Thanksgiving has come and gone, and we have braved Black Friday and survived with presents and our wits still intact, it’s time for some family movie time to get us in the Christmas mood. Popcorn, cold drinks, and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is our yearly tradition!

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    We put up Christmas decorations on my daughter’s birthday December 14th.

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    Moving the elf on the shelf around the house with him holding a countdown number

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    We have a book that we read every night with he countdown!!

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    countdown to Christmas tradition is putting up the Christmas tree after Thanksgiving and adding ornaments to it daily till Christmas eve

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    My kids and I make several kinds of cookies and treats and deliver them to all of our neighbors to thank them for being such great friends! I love this time with my children!

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    Advent calendar, but I love all of the unique ideas I have seen this year. I have also seen many yard decorations that have countdown calendars built in. Pretty cool.

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    We have an family activity planned for every night on the 12 days before Christmas. Baking cookies, hanging ornaments, visiting shut in’s (leaving things on porch this year) – so much fun

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    We have the kids write a wish to Santa every night then wrap them all up in a box on Christmas Eve to leave with the cookies. They will enjoy reading these when they are older! There’s always some sweet one’s and funny ones.

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    We use an advent calendar and decorate the weekend before Christmas!

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    Putting up the Christmas tree and decorating the house after Thanksgiving inner.

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    Put out a box the day after Thanksgiving and add one item (food or personal hygiene) to the box to give to needy people after Christmas Day

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    We have a rope and we untie a knot each day until Christmas

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    We decorate inside and out and watch Hallmark Christmas movies.

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    It has always been the Advent Calendar..

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    Small gifts 12 days of christmas pjs hot c9cia and the ch4istmas story christmas eve Merry 🎄 Christmas

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    We used to use Advent calendars when the kids were young. Now the countdown seems to be when baking has started and as it winds down and they all get bagged it’s right around the corner.

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    We have an advent calendar that the Santa moves everyday til Christmas.

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    Everyday the week before Christmas we watch a Christmas movie and have hot cocoa after dinner.

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    Everyday the week before Christmas we watch a Christmas movie and have hot cocoa after dinner

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    Good old chocolate advent calendar 😊

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    We don’t do a countdown to Christmas, but my son does get a new and special ornament each year on Christmas eve.

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    We always open one gift on Christmas Eve and the rest Christmas morning. Thanks for having this contest!

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    We put the Christmas tree up on Halloween night

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    We put up a tree on thanksgiving day.

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    I make cookies and give my children their stockings to open on Christmas Eve. Thank you!

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