I will be the first to admit that I get really wrapped up in the thought of getting and giving "things" for Christmas. I feel like the holidays are mostly spent running around looking for that perfect gift for those you love, or spent anticipating what you might be getting in return. I feel we often lose sight of the real reason of Christmas and get so caught up with the materialistic part of it. To be honest it's just down right exhausting and I'm tired of it.
This leads me to something new we are going to try out this holiday season. We will each be giving one another four gifts. Yup, four gifts total:
I had seen this idea floating around online last fall and really really loved it! Now that C is with us, and this will be her first Christmas, I figured what better time to start a new Christmas tradition? I know it's going to be REALLY hard to stick to this four gifts thing, especially with a precious little babe I want to spoil rotten. That's the main reason I'm sharing this with you all, in the hopes that you will hold me accountable as December 25th draws closer! I want us to try and focus on the whole reason of the holidays, spending time with those you love and celebrating the birth of our savior. We can't wait to celebrate all the fun things that fall and winter bring and hopefully narrowing our gift list for one another will help us keep focused on what's most important :)