Family Traditions

Ah, Thanksgiving and Christmas, those two heavy-hitters of family togetherness.
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Ah, Thanksgiving and Christmas, those two heavy-hitters of family togetherness.

Ah, Thanksgiving and Christmas, those two heavy-hitters of family togetherness.

It’s SO very, very important that families have little rituals. Everyone has memories like these: “oh, Mom makes me my favorite dinner every year on my birthday” or “on Christmas morning, we always take time to light candles and sing Happy Birthday to Jesus.”

Today, I thought this post about how to get started with Family Traditions on Simple Mom was really great.  It has a few tips on how to create your own unique family tradition during the holidays.

So, I want to know, what’s your family’s tradition?

Dr. Meg Meeker, MD

Practicing pediatrician, parent, grandparent, coach, speaker, and author. Say hello @MegMeekerMD

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