The first year of your baby will be filled with numerous milestones and remarkable moments, including spending their first Christmas with you. This moment will surely be a memorable one that you will cherish for the years to come. In line with this, below are some of the great ways to celebrate your baby’s first Christmas.
Takes Lots of Pictures
One of the ways to celebrate your baby’s first Christmas is by taking lots of pictures that you can later on collated in a picture book. Stand beside your Christmas tree to signify the season. Since this year is truly a remarkable one because of the global pandemic, you may even consider adorning your tree with COVID 19 ornaments which will remind you of your blessings despite the challenges of this year. It is also a good idea to have other Christmas decor and elements such as mistletoe or a wreath visible in your background.
Wear Matching Pajamas
Have a set of pajamas custom made for your family and wear it on Christmas eve. Take advantage of the fact that your baby is not yet capable of objecting when it comes to what you want them to wear. It is most likely that you won’t be able to do this when they are already older.
Hang a Custom Sock
Make a custom sock for each of the members of your family. If you are already doing this before, this year will be extra special because of the addition of a new sock that bears the name of your baby. The only thing left is to fill the socks with presents.
Create a New Christmas Tradition
Celebrate the first Christmas of your baby by creating a new family tradition that you will consistently adhere to in the next years to come. It can be reading a Christmas eve bedtime story or coming up with a Christmas cookie tradition. The options are unlimited, you just need to think about the best one that suits your family.
Make sure that during your first baby’s Christmas, he or she gets to meet Santa. This is one of the best ways to make them feel the holiday spirit and get to know the man who gives presents to good children. Keep your phones or cameras ready to take a snapshot of this moment.
Travel to Be With Extended Family
Finally, Christmas is a time that is best celebrated with the rest of your family. For this reason, it is also a good idea to spend your baby’s first Christmas with their grandparents, aunts, and uncles. Again, make sure to capture this moment.
To wrap things up, the ideas listed above are only some of the ways to celebrate your baby’s first Christmas. There are several other ways on how you will be able to make this moment memorable such as visiting a Christmas tree farm or immortalizing their hand or footprint using salt dough. In the end, what matters is that you get to spend your baby’s first Christmas together as a family.
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