6 Holiday Traditions I Want to Share With My Children

Now that we have two daughters, the holidays are something we genuinely look forward to.

Shelley Skuster December 17, 2015

Before any of our children joined our family, we spent years dreaming about the traditions we’d share with them.

The holidays—often hallmarked as a time of gratitude and togetherness—often felt empty and sad because of our struggle with infertility and deep yearning to become parents.

Now that we have two daughters (and a third on the way), the holidays are something we genuinely look forward to.

Here are six holiday traditions I want to share with my children:

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Shelley Skuster

Shelley is a former award-winning television journalist who traded in suit coats and red lipstick for a messy bun and yoga pants. She's a freelance writer who stays at home with her three daughters who are all ((gasp)) under the age of three and came to her via adoption and birth. She's the woman behind the blog Shelley Writes, and she can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.


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