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Question of the Week:
What is your favorite Christmas memory?
Mine favorite Christmas memory(ies) is when I was a kid my parents would open up our house each year to whoever wanted to come. Our home basically had a revolving door. People came and went all day long. Most of the time it was our friends from church and all of the kids used to just pile in the bedrooms and just have a ton of fun. I have so many great memories of those years. :)

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  1. says

    Thanks for hosting:)

    My favorite Christmas memory was the year we got a pool. It was a hot Christmas day and we just swam all day only stopping to eat lunch. I remember watching the minutes tick after lunch because of course “30 minute rule”. Such a fun day.

  2. says

    Thanks so much for another great party!

    My favorite Christmas memory is when my brother and I got scooters from Santa–we woke up and discovered them at around 3am and rode them around the living room.. and eventually knocked over the Christmas tree. Oops.

  3. says

    Hmmm…so hard to pick one favorite memory! I always loved our Christmas Eve traditions the best – opening new PJ’s, playing a family game, and hanging up our stockings while we listened to the “Santa Tracker” on the radio!

  4. says

    Thanks for hosting! My best Christmas memory is when my Mom sewed me a red corduroy robe with ribbon trim. I felt like a princess in that robe!

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  6. Kristy Creighton says

    Hi, Diana! Thanks for hosting!

    My favorite Christmas memory came several years ago, when the Wii came out. We couldn’t find one anywhere for our kids and it was their univerally chosen number 1 gift on their lists. It took a friend at my husband’s office, ordering her retired father around over a speakerphone, to find one. Then a secret meeting in a parking lot to do the “hand off.” Then, instead of wrapping it, I hid it and made a trail of clues for the kids to find. I have a picture of them actually finding it and, to this day, it is one of my favorite Christmas pictures. LOL

    Kristy @ Shona Skye Creations

  7. says

    What a fun memory! I love that idea. We may borrow it:) One of my fave memories is caroling at retirement homes. They are the best audience and you feel like a huge star! I can’t wait to take my kids to do it. Thanks for hosting such a fabulous party each week.

  8. says

    My favorite Christmas memories are as a child, Grandma “borrowed” my dolls and made clothes for them as Christmas gifts.

    Lots of family over for a big dinner and opening gifts, great memories.

  9. Barbara Hiatt says

    Thank you for hosting every week Diana! I love your parties! My favorite Christmas memory is trimming the tree with my family. Have a blessed week!
    Barbara at Chase the Star

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