Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Holiday Tradition + Kids Holiday Fashion

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The holidays are right around the corner. Like, seriously, how fast has this year gone by? Insane! I can't believe it's already November. Anyways. It's time for holiday traditions! I remember growing up my mom would set up the Christmas tree after Thanksgiving dinner. We would, well my sister and I, moan and groan about having to do it, but we'd all do it. Then slowly the house turned into one crazy Christmas decorated home. I don't think I'd ever have that many Christmas decorations, but I do try to keep some of the traditions that I grew up with passed onto my kids.

For example, my parents let us open one gift Christmas eve night before bed. Then mom would read Twas The Night Before Christmas. I still do this with my kids today! We also put up the tree the day after Thanksgiving, not the night of. We're usually way too tired LOL. 
I'd love to hear your holiday traditions! Comment below with your family's traditions! 

I also love finding cute holiday outfits for the kids! I love when they are dressed up for holiday events, and so I'm excited to share some new pieces from Tea Collection!

Tea Collection has SO many new looks for the holidays. The kiddos would look amazing in these outfits. I'm super excited to show off some of these looks. I think Bella and Eric would look fab in these.

So first, the girls! 

And the cutest things for boys!


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