Thursday, December 13, 2007

Christmas Traditions

























I thought I would share some of our Christmas Traditions.We bake and love to decorate Christmas cookies . We always did the gingerbread men when the girl's were little.The girls always had their visit from Santa on Christmas day.Sometimes now since they are older we open gifts on Christmas eve.We try and make every ones favorite candy, cookie, cake etc during the Holiday. I remember stockings on my pillow that my Mom had stuffed for my sister and I, my grandmother fixing big meals for us all to eat because it was so Important for us to be together. I miss her so much at Christmas.But I have her smile in my heart and that is where it always will be!

We usually add some new recipes each Year. Katie the Peppermint bark it is so good.We will for sure make this one again. Holly made her Dad's favorite chocolate covered mound balls. They turned out really good. She shares the recipe on their blog. I love the smells of Christmas. I love the company of my husband during the holidays. I enjoy being in the kitchen with my girls. We enjoy visiting Family and friends but most of all celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ is what Christmas is all about. I hope to share more recipes. Enjoy your time with your family and make many traditions. We are but a vapor and our time here goes so quickly. Spend it loving giving and sharing.

9 comments:

Karen said...

Hi Lisa,
I wanted to thank you for your sweet comments on my post about Daddy. He was very special.
I made peppermint bark last year for the first time, and I love it! I, however, am the only one in my house that does! LOL! We do cookies when the girls and I are all together, which is looking like it won't be til next week. It's a tradition we've had a hard time keeping the past few years, as time restraints keep us from getting together at the same time to actually make cookies. I've been attempting to do a little cookie/goodies making this week, but it's been slow going.
I pray you and your sweet family have a wonderfully blessed Christmas!

A Note From Theresa said...

those look great!

Gena said...

I love your Christmas traditions! We love to cook, too.

I made Peppermint Bark last year with my girls and we shared it with all the neighbors. We loved it. We'll be doing it again this year along with many other cookie and candy recipes that I will share.

That was such a sweet post and reminded me of the really important parts of the Christmas season.

Mississippi Songbird said...

Thank you for the link. What good pictures. I know you had fun. I'm going to make cookies with my kids this weekened. Merry Christmas! Gid bless You....

Lara Angelina said...

Thanks for stopping by my ! blog I've been a little delayed in trying to link back to everyone -- but I wanted to say that I really enjoyed your blog! Those pictures made me want to jump into the kitchen and start baking!

Happy holidays to you!

Happymama said...

I'll have to check out that recipe. Someone made it for our reunion last night and it was so good.

~Kristi

Barbara said...

Thanks for your lovely comment. I will put up my next post tomorrow - will bemy Christmas decorations, that is if I get them inished today!!I enjoyed seeing your decs and tree and yur home. It is so lovely to see what others are doing around the world.
Enjoyed rreading about your daughters also and those christmas cookies look good.

Sharon said...

Lisa,
The goodies look so good! I'm late in my baking this year, but hope to make my soft ginger cookies tomorrow.

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

I so enjoyed everything about your Christmas traditions! Everything is lovely here!
Thanks so much for stopping by the cabin!
Blessings to you! Claudia O.