They spend the day playing games and sharing their new gifts and toys that Santa Claus brought for each of them. They get so eager to decorate, that it is hard to restrain them.Decorating for Christmas is so much fun. My father always draws a new background scenery, for the Nativity scene, that he displays, every year. He, my brother-in-laws and my husband start with the decorations for the outside of the house and the front yard. Every year, my parents add a little more to the outside decorations.
Christmas Eve celebration are different for everyone. For example, the Mexican family “would eat tamales, enchiladas, sopapillas, and pozole” (McKay 1), Mary Devitt’s family has “the turkey dressing was the same every year” (Tapper 1), or pre-Christmas by Jere Armen is “celebration with food and presents” (1). My family’s Catholic Vietnamese celebrates the Christmas with many activities. In order to increase the Christmas in the air, my father and I decorate the Christmas tree together and put it in the living room. The tree is more brilliant when my father hangs colorful LED lights on the tree.
He arrives on the night of Christmas Eve to bring presents for the children. The youngsters leave carrots for the reindeer, milk and mince pies for Santa at the fire place as he comes down the chimney to deliver his presents. When I was young, Christmas was a time of great joy and happiness. I always made a manger from basic materials that were in the house. Two weeks before Christmas, my friends and I went carol singing and we got treats and sometimes even money.
Some families also make it a custom to repaint their house every year a few weeks before Christmas, signaling that the decorating process has begun. A few of the most common dishes enjoyed on Christmas Eve are Hallacas, Pan de Jamon, Dulce de Lechoza, chicken salad, and Pernil. After all the celebrating has finished and it is time to go to bed, children will be dreaming about what gifts they will wake up to on Christmas Day. However, unlike in the United States and Brazil, children in Venezuela believe that they receive gifts from St. Nicholas and Baby Jesus rather than Santa
First of all, we indulgence ourselves in the time we get to spend together as a family. All of the children would come to our parents’ house on Christmas Eve and spend the night there, so that we wake up together on Christmas Day. During the day, we would do activities such as playing board games, exchanging gifts, and watching home videos together. These are all things that we do not typically do, but enjoy on Christmas Day, because it brings us together and allows us to appreciate each other’s presence. Besides our time spent together, we indulgence ourselves in the act of giving and receiving goods.
To a lot people it is a Joyous time of the year giving and receiving gift, parties and a lot of eating for days. Christmas is a holiday that brings almost all christens of and many other cultures and religions together at the same time of the year. The feeling of Christmas makes most people decorate their homes and churches, get trees and bring them into their homes, prettying them up with silver and gold. ( Jesus Birth. unknown.
We all love those. Most importantly, enjoy Christmas and spend it with your loved ones. Now we are all ready for Christmas, so count the days till presents
Christmas is my favorite holiday because of the traditions my families and I celebrate that include our Christmas Eve routine, Christmas morning routine, and giving back to our community. Everyone has a Christmas Eve routine. Christmas Eve starts with getting ready for mass. My family is Catholic, so Christmas Eve mass is always long. Christmas Eve mass starts at around 6 o’clock, and usually gets over at around 8 o’clock.
Every year on Thanks-Giving my mother, brother, and I would make a colorful Christmas chain to count down the days until Christmas. Each day my brother would announce the number of days left, pick me up, and let me rip off a decorated chain until Christmas day came. As a tradition, on Christmas Eve every year we would spend time with my father 's side of the family. My favorite part about visiting my family
Pinoys love shopping, and look forward to receiving the yearly bonus so they can start buying Christmas presents, decors, Noche Buena and other stuff. Vendors take advantage of the seasonal increase in the people's disposable income by holding promotional sales, encouraging everyone to join in the Christmas shopping frenzy. 2. Joining Monito-Monita or Exchanging Gifts Pinoys like giving and receiving Christmas gifts. Exchanging gifts is an all-time favorite portion of every Christmas party, where each one brings a wrapped up present worth a pre-specified amount.