As I type this post, three generations of my family are sitting by a log fire, enjoying a warm cup of coffee (we are in France after all) and reminiscing about holiday memories while the youngest members of the family are safely tucked up in bed eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Père Noël (Santa).
December is always a really busy time for families but also one of the best time of the year. Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas or Sinterklaas, we hope we have inspired you a little in your multicultural holidays. Our children and families have shared their experiences and traditions from all corners of the world as they prepared, crafted, gave, baked, cooked, decorated, wrapped, feasted and digested their celebrations.
If you followed us through our #mkbholidays hashtag, you may have seen some of those below. As a way of saying thank you for following us, reading us and to you all the best for the rest of the holiday celebrations, sit back, relax, pour yourself a cup of something warm (or cold if you are in the Southern hemisphere) and flick through our holiday album.
Happy everything and a merry always!by
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Such a beautiful post, and it has been so magical to share in everyone’s holiday celebrations from around the world this season!
Thank you Annabelle for this post of multicultural holidays picture! It’s been fun seeing all of the pictures.
We also had fun joining in and participating in the #mkbholidays 🙂