Sunday, December 20, 2009

Hallmark for Christmas (plus 2- $25 gift card giveaways)

Christmas is right around the corner, and I think it has really come up quickly! I have talked to several other people that are just surprised at how quickly Christmas has come this year! If you are like me....BEHIND...on the Christmas shopping, gift ideas...well, Hallmark has some great ideas to help you out!
I think Hallmark does a fantastic job with having such great products, sentimental products, gifts to give everyone on your list. I know that Hallmark products will be ones that give out this Christmas! (even if it is a little late)

I love the new Digital Scrapbooks that Hallmark came out with! The Digital Scrapbooks come in different themes, and you can choose which one you would like. You can personalize your digital scrapbook with music, photos, and text messaging all in one to be displayed on a digital photo frame (one of my wish list items), computer screen, television screen or anyplace that you can use a USB drive. You can make more than 50 personalized slides with the digital scrapbook from Hallmark! That is a lot of photos! It is simple to use, too! Just plug in the USB, access the drive, click on the icon, download and enter the codes. You can save your work as you go. This makes a great gift to give someone, or buy it and personalize a gift for someone!
Another great Hallmark product is their new DVD Greetings. This is a great way to bring the traditional holiday letter to life. You can pick photos to insert into your online letter, and animation brings it to life. Each DVD Greeting hosts a template that can be edited and customized with personal photos. You simply burn the photos onto the DVD in your Hallmark card. Everything is included in the Hallmark card: Card & DVD. It is easy to make, and fun to send!
A Hallmark product that is so fun to give is the Recordable Cards. These cards are so fun, because you can include your own personal 10- second message inside. Some of Hallmarks recordable cards have music, and some don't. There are more than 30 holiday Recordable Cards to choose from. The Recordable Cards with Music also feature a 30-second song clip which plays after the message. These are fun cards to personalize, and fun to watch the recipient to open up.

The new products were designed to help families celebrate and capture the memories and joys of the holiday season.


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Hallmark has offered to giveaway two $25 Hallmark Gold Crown Gift Cards. To enter to win a gift card, share your favorite holiday memories and what your definition of Christmas is to you.
Contest ends December 29th, 2009.
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This review was provided from Hallmark. They have provided me with a free product to review and information to share with my readers. I am sponsored to offer gift cards to giveaway to my readers through this review. I was given the product for my personal opinion and option to share with my readers. I was not compensated for my time or written review.

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Jackie said...

To me, Christmas is about family, celebrating Jesus's birth and making memories. When my daughter was born, I bought her a "Daughter" Hallmark ornament. Every year since, I have gotten my daughters Hallmark Ornaments. Now they are the age that they like to pick out their own. We don't hang these ornaments on the tree. These are for when they are married and have their own families and trees. I can only imagine how many memories each ornament will bring back each year they hang them on the tree!

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Amber said...

Christmas is simply a time to enjoy the company of my family and throw all worries aside to bask in joy and love. It's a lot easier said than done however!

Our favorite tradition is baking gingerbread cookies together for Santa!
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buzzd said...

Christmas is a time to enjoy family and friends and remember Christ. We have a tradition of baking cookies and giving them to neighbors and friends

Aleksandra said...

My favorite memory is going to midnight mass and singing carols at church with my family and friends. Christmas is all about tradition and amily to me.

iluv2blog said...

My favorite memory is Christmas Eve family gatherings at Grandma's house. Christmas is being with family and friends.

cpullum said...

My favorite Christmas memory was when I was a child my mom use to take us to Santa's Village which was located in the Big Bear Mountain area and we thought it was the North pole! To bad they don't have that place anymore. Christmas to my family is about Jesus Birth.
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Abby said...

Spending time with my family and remember what a gift this season really is by remembering the birth of our Christ and Savior!

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Anonymous said...

HORTON111@AOL.COM....MY FAVORITE MEMORY WOUBE BE OF MY GRANDMOTHER AND THE WONDERFUL FOOD SHE BAKED AT CHRISTMAS TIME...NO ONE HAS EVER COME CLOSE TO COOKING THE WAY SHE DID ...ESPECIALLY WITH THE LITTLE SHE HAD TO WORK WITH

tutugirl said...

One of my favorite memories is watching my 2 year old son falling asleep underneath the Christmas tree. Such a little sweetie.

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MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

christmas has changed for me- loved the times with family, but now i am more about giving time and of myself to others- not things

Leslie said...

My favorite Christmas memory is of the first holiday I spent with my guy... we got hot chocolate and walked around the neighborhood with the most outrageous light displays, stopping under all the bunches of mistletoe. It was magical.

The meaning of Christmas is first and foremost the birth of Jesus, and also a time to be warm and cozy at home with the person I love.

Anonymous said...

My favorite memory is actually an every Christmas morning one where we started a new tradition of reading the scripture... I usually choose the book of Luke (2) on Christ's birth and the gift of salvation for all men. We follow that with prayer, thanking God for the gift of salvation, before we exchange gifts. That IS what Christmas means to me.

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Jackie said...

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buzzd said...

Christmas is a time to reflect on the year and spend quality time with friends and family. I also like the feeling of giving to others and bringing them happiness

jennielee226 said...

My favorite Holiday Memory is was a couple years ago when my sister who I hadn't seen in 2 years showed up on Christmas Eve and to me the meaning of Christmas is spreding joy to everyone you can just as god did by sending his son to earth.
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Anonymous said...

HORTON111@AOL.COM.....I REMEMBER WHEN MY CHILDREN WERE YOUNG AND THEY COULD NOT WAIT UNTIL CHRISTMAS TO OPEN THEIR PRESENTS...MONEY WAS SCARE AT THAT TIME AND THEY WERE SURPRISED AT WHAT MOM COULD DO WITH A LITTLE BIT AND A LOT OF IMIGINATION

Bacallsmom said...

Christmas is a time of year when I find myself wanting to believe in the goodness of people and that miracles can come true.

Bacallsmom said...

Oops. You wanted a favorite holiday memory too. I guess that would be when I was a teenager and Christmas was a round of parties and spending time with my steady boyfriend, who is now my husband.

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Anonymous said...

Chistmas has more of a spitritual than materialistic meaning to me.
My favorite memories of Christmas is decorating the tree with my children with the handmade ornaments we made.

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Linda said...

My holiday memories are of my family all getting together Christmas Eve and eating and exchanging gifts and attending Christmas Eve church all together.
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iluv2blog said...

Christmas is being with the ones you love. The best Christmas' were at grandma's house on Christmas Eve.

carole37 said...

Christmas is when my entire family is all together and enjoying each others company. We live in 3 different states and it is difficult to see one another often. We love Christmas cooking, meals, play games, go to a movie together--just fun.

kdkdkd said...

To me CHristmas means family, and my favorite memories are decorating the house and the tree with my brother and sister each year. Now I am making memories with my own kids.

momznite said...

For me Christmas is both a religious celebration and an opportunity to spend time with family and friends. I remember baking cookies with my mom.

The Queen Of Free said...

Our best memories are with my grandparents. We sleep at their house on Christmas eve and Santa always comes there. They were more excited than we were as children to play with the toys!

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Jackie said...

Tuesday Entry! Another item I love is the Dog Frame that reads "Dogs are what unconditional love is all about."
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Anonymous said...

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iluv2blog said...

Christmas is being with the ones you love. Best memory is of the Christmas Eve gatherings at grandma's house.

wheatiesmomma said...

Christmas is Love! It is about the greatest gift of all - Jesus Christ and our salvation. It is a time to remember the things of the spirit - faith, hope, generosity, angels, miracles...My favorite memories of Christmas are of being a carefree kid and the excitement of Christmas morning. As a parent now, I understand how much work went into making those mornings special and I love my mother dearly for the sacrifices she made every year and still makes every year to bring a smile to my face for Christmas.

Roxy said...

christmas is about christ and giving. This year I took on an extra shift at work so my coworker could share the first xmas with his twin sons

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Jackie said...

Wednesday entry...Another item I like is the Memory Keeper with pink floral and green pattern.
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wigget said...

i love going to midnight mass with my sisters. the music was so inspirational. christmas to me is a time to spend with family with lots of good food and gifts

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Anonymous said...

Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus and giving. My best Christmas memories have been the Christmas parties we have each year for the underprivileged and the special needs children.
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darlanpaulsmamma said...

favorite memories have to be as a child the anticipation of the whole Christmas and santa and gifts now the definition has grown into an understanding of we celebrate Jesus' birth and his love for us
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Shelley said...

I remember the Christmas that my sister and I got an Atari for Christmas. We were so excited and played all day. Nowadays Christmas means time spent with family and giving service to others.

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Brandy said...

My favorite Christmas memories are from when I was a little kid. We would get up on Christmas morning and see what Santa brought us. We would then pile in the car with as many of our toys as we could and head off to Grandma's 4 hours away to celebrate. :)

Christmas is definitely about giving and the gift that we all received over 2000 years ago.... Jesus!

asha.marie said...

My favorite christmas thought is my mom baking. Ever since i was a young child my mom always baked around the christmas holiday and the house was all decorated. It was so magical.

The meaning of christmas to me is be thankful of what we do have not what we dont have. We are all blessed to be living one more day.

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Shelly said...

to me it is family time, and my favorite memories are of jokes and fun

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erin m. said...

Christmas is about giving to others. It all creates some kind of hope in our hearts that i just love! Me and the family always have a special Christmas Eve together with dinner,church and exchanging one gift to each other. Now that my baby sister's along we get to enjoy "Santa Claus" too!
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Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

My favorite Christmas memory is when I was 5, Santa brought me a whole bunch of Barbie clothes - the shoes were the best. :) For me, Christmas really is a religious holiday.

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samsakara said...

My favorite holiday memory was seeing Santa at my grandmas house. My sister and I kept trying to get a look out the window to see if we could see his sleigh. Christmas means enjoying family and the closeness the holiday brings.

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Anonymous said...

HORTON111@AOL.COM....I REMEMBER GOING TO CUT THE CHRISTMAS TREE DOWN WHEN I WAS YOUNG WITH MY SISTERS AND BROTHERS

Anonymous said...

I REMBEMBER MOM BAKING IN THE KITCHEN ON AN OLD COOKSTOVE WHEN WE WERE GROWING UP...(MANY YEARS AGO

iluv2blog said...

Christmas is being with the ones you love. Favorite memory is of Christmas Eve gatherings at my grandparents house

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Carol said...

The thing I remember from my childhood Christmas's is that somehow I always ended up being sick on Christmas day. This happened for about 3 or 4 years, it kind of became a tradition in our family.

heaventrees said...

I remember the anticipation of Christmas Eve and not being able to sleep. My cousins and I would sneak out of bed in the dark to see if the gifts were there yet. Christmas means goodness distributed , even if only for a minute but hopefully forever.

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clynsg said...

Along with the religious joy and activities, Christmas is totally tied up with my family. If it weren't for enjoying the season with them, I could totally ignore the commercial hype and have some very quiet days. With them, there is the laughter of children (with some tears as they get overtired), good food and lots of memories.

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Anonymous said...

HORTON111@AOL.COM ... I REMEMBER MY SISTER AND I DECORATING THE TREE TOO MANY YEARS AGO.... WE DID A SO SO JOB

iluv2blog said...

Christmas is spending time with the ones you love. Favorite memory is the family gatherings on Christmas Eve at grandparents house

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cstironkat said...

My favorite Christmas memories is those when everyone gathered at my grandparents house for dinner and opening presents.

Christmas means the birth of Jesus and God's love for us.

Darlene said...

Favorite Christmas memory is spending time with family. Christmas means the birth of Jesus to me.

Tonibelle said...

My favorite memory will always be of my Nana's fabulous Italian Christmas Eve dinner. It was some sort of tradition to serve 13 different dishes. She was an amazing cook - and I have all her recipes now. When the kids get a little older and actually eat real food, I may just have to start that tradition myself. The definition of Christmas for me is family, and nothing brings family together like food.

Tamara said...

One of my favorite memories is decorating the Christmas tree on my Grandmother's birthday (Dec 12) each year.

Christmas is Jesus' Birthday!

Victoria said...

My favorite memories are of baking cookies together as a family every year!

Christmas is a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus and the love He has for us and we have for each other.

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Erica C. said...

Every year, a bunch of people in our family get together for an ice skating trip during the week of Christmas. It's a lot of fun and it's the first thing I think of when I think of Christmas.

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Anonymous said...

HORTON111@AOL.COM ... I REMEMBER ONE CHRISTMAS WHEN THERE WAS NOT MUCH MONEY ... MY DADDY BOUGHT US SOME ORANGE SLICE CANDY AND SOME ORANGES.....

NesieBird said...

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Erika*Coffee said...

Christmas is the time where we celebrate and are reminded to share the love that God has shown us

Angie's Spot said...

My favorite Christmas memories include baking cookies with my grandma. Her house was always warm and full of love and I miss hanging out in the kitchen with her.

Mommy Cracked said...

My favorite memories are from growing up...my parents having to wake me every single Christmas morning because I loved my sleep! ha! Christmas to us is celebrating the birth of jesus Christ, the greatest gift of all. It's also a time for lots of great food and family.

fashionfrugality said...

Some of my favorite holiday memories involve my grandma, who passed away years ago. I always remember the amazing food she made. To me, Christmas is about celebrating Jesus, family and our time together on this earth. :)
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Melodic Mom said...

My favorite holiday memory is driving around town with my parents in the evening to look at all the holiday lights. To me, Christmas is about appreciating loved ones.

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Anonymous said...

Unwrapping ornaments this year to hang on the tree, I found myself whispering:
"Mom gave us that one."
"Mom made that one."
"Mom tied this one to our wedding present—and that one to our..."

My fondest Christmas memory?
It's not the tree.
It isn't the ornaments.

It's the magical touch from the past that makes me smile; remembering those now gone, and sharing that smile with those who are with us now.


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Marina said...

Without a doubt the glint in my 1yr old's eyes as we sang happy bday to Jesus...its truly all about Him

JoAnn said...

Christmas is baking with my Mom as a child now baking with my daughter and receiving a special Hallmark godchild ornament from my God Mother every Christmas.
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JoAnn said...

Christmas is baking with my Mom as a child now baking with my daughter and receiving a special Hallmark godchild ornament from my God Mother every Christmas.
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iluv2blog said...

Christmas is spending time with the ones you love. Favorite memory is of the Christmas Eve family gatherings at my grandparents house

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ariyana9501 said...

Christmas means being with family and friends that you love and just being. Living life simply and loving fully.

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Jen L. said...

To me, Christmas is a time to celebrate God's greatest gift to us--Jesus! It's a time for family, food, fun and reflection. :)

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JulieMoe said...

My favorite memory was actually this year - seeing my son open all of his presents!

Christmas is all about spending time with my family!

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Mikaela said...

Christmas is being with the ones you love. Best memory is of the Christmas Eve dinners- we always do finger foods and eat by the fireplace.

Molly said...

As I told my six-year-old niece this year, who was upset because she wanted more presents to open, Christmas is about love and showing the people you love how much you care about them.

And, as I've learned from my two-year-old daughter, Christmas is about a feeling of excitement and joy found in the simplest of things, such as Christmas lights or a baby Jesus doll.

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theprophecygirl said...

I love Christmas Eve dinner with my family and a reading from the scriptures. The holidays, for me, are a time to share my appreciation for them and to share. theprophecygirl at hotmail dot com

theolotto said...

Christmas means spending time with your family. Our tradition is making christmas cookies sometime during the season.

SheilaBee said...

I love Christmas so every Christmas is special to me. I work relly hard to make sure we have a beautiful enjoyable time together. Christmas to me is about celebrating the birth of Jesus and being together as a family.appreciating all of our blessings and helping those who are less fortunate.

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chazvgo said...

Making cookies for Santa, Christmas to me is Jesus's birthday and a time to remember what we are thankful for :)

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GALENA said...

christmas to me is celibrating JESUS birth and showing good will to men with family and friends. i love to give oraments each year to my kids

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buzzd said...

A time to enjoy family and give to others

mail4rosey said...

My favorite Christmas memories are my Christmases as a child because my grandma always made them so special.

To me, Christmas is celebrating the glory of God (the one time in the year people let you do it without glaring), and being thankful for those you care about. It's not about the presents, but unfortunately, it has been reduced to that, even by some of my own family members.

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Christmas is the time to celebrate the birth of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ and to His coming into the world and our lives.

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Tylerpants said...

This past Christmas was wonderful as it was my son's 1st Christmas. He enjoyed opening his gifts though he liked the wrapping paper more than the toys! Christmas to me is a happy, warm feeling when I'm with my family celebrating together!
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Mir said...

My favorite Christmas memory - we had Santa come to our house (in person!) and deliver the gifts. We all had to do something (sing, read a poem, dance ..) to get each of the presents. It was a bit scary when I was little (it was SANTA after all!!)but it was absolutely magical!!
These days Christmas is all about spending time with the family. A peaceful time of togetherness.

Molly K said...

Christmas means spedning time with family and friends and remembering the birth of baby jesus. My fondest christmas memory was the birth of my oldest son. He was born on th 18th so that was the most wonderful gift I have ever received.

Betty C said...

Christmas is a magical time of year. I have so many special memories - shopping with my best friend when I was a teenager (many years ago), singing with our music group at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, watching a performance of Handel's Messiah (still gives me goosebumps to hear the Hallelujah chorus), going to midnight Mass with my son and his family, and of course watching my children's and grandchildren's faces when they find gifts on Christmas morning. Christmas is celebration of all that we hold dear. A celebration of the birth of Christ and the joy of family.

dvice said...

My favorite memories are our family dinners. To me, it means spending time with family.

dddiva said...

Christmas to me is family and friends. One of my favorite memories is the year my oldest daughter got me a little lapdog because after my surgeries mine were too big to sit up with me. Funny thing is the shih-tzu she got me is the ONLY one in existence that hates to cuddle. ;) He's also afraid of the dark. Fits right in with the loony family that we are.

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Our favorite tradition is the whole family baking cookies together! We have so much fun together!

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1955nurse said...

Christmas to me means Family, togetherness and a sort of renewal of spirit. Our family has always included our Faith in our celebrations, & We have a lot of traditions that we have blended from my "Growing up" years as well as my Husbands -- and are having fun passing them down to our Grandkids!

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Eileen said...

My favorite memory is hanging my stocking (really MY stocking that I wore on a regular basis) behind the old black stove. I would hang a knee stocking up, so Santa could fit a little more in my stocking.

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Christmas to me is about family. My family for the most part is still in England but my siblings and parents are scattered throughout the US and so for us Christmas is really about coming together as a family and spending time together reminiscing.

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Annemarie said...

My favorite holiday memory is watching the parade with the entire family!

Christmas is a day to spend with family and enjoy each others company!

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susan1215 said...

Christmas to me means being with family, to my kids it;s about getting presents.

trixx said...

Christmas to me is celebrating this holiday with friends and family and having lots of presents & great food! My favorite Christmas memory was my daughter's first one, her eyes lit up when she saw the tree!

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iluv2blog said...

Christmas is about being with the ones you love. My favorite Christmas memory is of the family gatherings on Christmas Eve at my grandparents house

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Sara said...

To me the meaning of Christmas is celebrating the birth of Jesus with my family. We enjoy being together Christmas morning and having a special breakfast.

Angie said...

My favorite Christmas memory is just always being with my family. To me, Christmas is all about the birth of Jesus. Amen!!

Pamela S said...

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Court said...

My favorite memory is Christmas Eve dinner with my whole family. Christmas to me is spending time with family.

Couture Lady said...

My most favorite Christmas memory was running into my parent's room on Christmas morning to tell them Santa came to our house. It was such a magical time in my youth and that is what continues to make Christmas such a special time.
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Christmas for us is about celebrating and spending time together as a family. This was the first year my twins really has a sense of what was going on and it was such fun to see it all through their eyes.

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My favorite holiday memory is picking out a Christmas tree and bringing it home. I love trimming the tree while listening to Holiday music. I enjoy spending this time with my family. The kids love to help put ornaments on the tree. It is the best time of the year.
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blueviolet said...

Christmas is about celebrating the joy of Jesus' birth. It's also a time to share the love of family.

My favorite holiday memories are of the times when my sister and brothers and I were all lined up on the floor opening our Christmas stockings.

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chlorinebrain said...

Christmas is the time of year when I want to believe in the goodness of people and that miracles can happen

erma said...

Christmas means to me spending time with the ones you love.
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kathy pease said...

christmas means spending precious time with loved ones and making memories..i remember my mom baking cream puffs every christmas eve we loved them so much

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giggling kids said...

My favorite memory is when all of my family gathers at my Great Grandmothers house the Sunday before Christmas.We all just have a good time eating and talking. Christmas means to me the Birth of Jesus, and giving. I would rather give than receive!!!!
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demmi said...

my favorite holiday memory is the year my older brother dressed up as santa for me
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Anonymous said...

Being jewish-Christmas means volunteering so I can help others be home with their families on this day.
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Terri L said...

We used to drive from MI to WI to visit our grandparents for Christmas. Those are some good memories for me!

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kat said...

Christmas is a great day to put aside all your differences and fighting and arguing. Just have a happy day.

FDP 4 Life said...

Christmas is when we celebrate the birth of Jesus. I remember when I was a child staying up as late as I could on Christmas Eve hoping to see santa.

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susitravl said...

When I lived at home, and all us kids were teenagers, we would eat lasagna and go bowling on Christmas - lots of fun and great memories.

packerfantimmy said...

My favorite holiday memory was this past Christmas when I was given my Great grandfathers pocket watch from my grandfather. The meaning of Christmas to me is spending time with family and remembering why we celebrate Christmas when I go to church on Christmas eve and every sunday during advent leading up to the big day.
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