What We Love About Christmas

I am a total Christmas Obsessive. Our Christmas Tree went up on the 1st December and I’ve cracked out the Christmas tunes. I love the magic of Christmas and am happy to celebrate that joy for a month. Christmas for me is about family and love and being thankful for who and what you have in your life. So what’s wrong with wanting to revisit those childhood memories of excitement and the feeling of magic? I hope to pass the excitement on to our little man and any future children we are blessed with.

I was curious how others felt about Christmas and everything that comes with it, so have been posting questions on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to discover how others make their Christmas special.

What we love about christmas

It seems I am not the only one who loves to get excited about Christmas, though there are a few bah humbugs around, I was pleasantly surprised when reading everyone’s answers. One of the greatest things about Christmas is how everyone celebrates it in their own way with their family traditions, so it’s nice to take a peak and perhaps pick up some new ways to celebrate Christmas.

Top 5 Christmas films


Everyone had an opinion on which film was a must watch at Christmas. Shockingly we didn’t own Elf until a few weeks ago, when I succumbed to peer pressure and added to our collection. Although I must agree, it is one of my favourites. But I am one to say you can’t beat the originals, I adore It’s a Wonderful Life. I am not sure M is taking in all the films I am forcing him to watch, but so far his favourite has been Arthur Christmas.

top 5 Christmas songs


I am a huge Christmas song fan. I listen to them all day at work (by choice) and sing them to M most evenings during December. My favourites are usually the oldies, but I am a fan of “All I want for Christmas” and The Fairytale of New York.

What you leave father christmas


I found the question regarding the tradition of leaving something out on Christmas Eve, most interesting. We used to leave a carrot, mince pie and a glass of Sherry for Father Christmas when I was a child. But I wish to start our own tradition of leaving items once M can understand what we are doing. I think our Santa may enjoy Port, some cheese on crackers with some special reindeer oats for his travelling companions.

Favourite thing about Christmas


The answers to this final question filled me with a warm glow. Hearing what everyone’s favourite thing about Christmas was so lovely. From seeing childrens faces on Christmas morning to spending time with loved ones, all the answers were truly lovely.

What would your answers to our questions be? Leave us a comment below.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Cariemay Reply

    Hmm – I can’t believe The Snowman didn’t feature on the top films, but this year I think Arthur Christmas would pip it to top spot. My all time favourite is White Christmas – I just love the music!

  2. Mrs TeePot Reply

    Top film for me has to be Miracle on 34th Street, I ADORE it!
    Song wise I’m all about Mariah’s “All I want for Christmas is you!”
    When I was little I used to leave out a mince pie, a carrot and some sherry too! I think I’ll continue that tradition when I have my own kids, unless my partner has other ideas of course!
    And my favourite part of the season? Hmm…I honestly don’t know. I love the music and being able to snuggle up in wooly clothes!

  3. Katie@mummydaddyme Reply

    Love this! My favourite Christmas song is most definitely Fairytale of New York x

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