9 Moms Share the Family Christmas Tradition that They’re Looking Forward to the Most

Christmas is truly one of the most wonderful times of the year! Both adults and kids alike look forward to the special holiday! Besides Christmas, another thing that we Filipinos love are our traditions. So, we decided to ask some moms to share with us the family Christmas tradition that they’re looking forward to the most. See their answers below!

Baby and Breakfast: Parenthood 9 Moms Share the Family Tradition That They're Looking Forward to the Most

 

We always attend anticipated Simbang Gabi yearly. And every week we light the corresponding candle on the Advent wreath. - Caren Guevara-Racoma

Buying a special Christmas ornament. And every year, we reminisce about how we bought the old ones with hot chocolate in our Christmas mugs. - Ann Mac-Lee

Every year on Christmas Eve, from the time that I was 15 (the first time I became a ninang), before I go to my grandparents' house, I drop off my godchildren's presents in their houses. Like I'm Mrs. Santa to them, carrying a huge sack. Now that I have a son, he joins me like my little elf, helping me hand out the gifts. - Margaux Hemady Ranosa

Our family reunion. I have five siblings, fourteen nieces and nephews, and one grandchild from one of my nieces. Christmas is the time we're all gathered together as one big family. - Jhem Duran Bon

The theme and costumes. Our family has a thing for costumes and themes. We've been going at it for at least five years now. This year it will be Havana Nights.  - Micaela Bautista

Christmas mass at Christ the King Greenmeadows, having our family pics in Meralco and Meralco's Christmas lights display, and noche buena as a complete family! - Jamie Bacal

Christmas feast, plaid pajamas, and a movie - Althea Baranda Clark

Visiting our parents in the cemetery, and exchange gift! - Maria Nina Peralta-Argallon

Noche Buena! - Joann

 

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