Families have their own Christmas traditions, and they can be very exciting. Getting off from the traditional Christmas celebration, some families have their own traditions that sound very tempting and interesting and should surely be given a try, like a tradition, say, “Being an adult and getting a hangover and watching kids scream opening their presents at midnight”, would be very tempting to both adults and kids. Several Christmas traditions of several families are so different but yet, they convey the same thing, to spread love, happiness, joy, and togetherness. That’s the beauty of this beautiful festival, which provides everyone some time off of their hectic schedules to spend some quality times with their families.
Here are some unexpected family Christmas traditions people shared on Whisper you’d love to try!
2. This one makes both adults and kids get what they want.
3. An argument at Christmas, really?
4. “Love Actually”; is loved actually.
5. You would not want to try that!
6. Do you love Elf?
7. Ambitious traditions.
8. We love Indian food, do you?
9. $50 for everyone?
10. This is worth a try!
11. New adorable traditions.
12. BINGO is a game of luck.
13. Let’s get comfortable.
14. Like caffeine and cold showers?
15. When the clock strikes 12, there is ultimate happiness.
16. Comfort during Christmas is very loved.
17. Retro style.
19. Everyone loves parties.
20. Let’s celebrate Christmas with adventure.
December 25, is amongst the highly anticipated dates in a year because of Christmas. It is celebrated on the account of the birthday of Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, who was crossed to death by the Jews for false blame of blasphemy, by conspiracies. This marks the beginning of holidays, spending quality time with families, friends, neighbors and loved ones, decorating Christmas trees, and opening presents, wearing red and white, green clothes and waiting for Santa Claus, with gifts, by hanging socks to the windows, cakes, food and a lot of stuff. All families celebrate it in their ways, some common, and some exclusive. With the birth of Jesus Christ, not just the Christians, but people from all religions generally love enjoying Christmas. Some eat Indian, some play monopoly, some throw huge parties, some spread love, and some hysterically argue, some eat turkey, some watch movies, some get comfortable in their pajamas and some, despite being an atheist, celebrate it because of presents and togetherness.