Making Christmas Memories Part 1

11:09 AM

It is starting to look a lot like Christmas here in Utah. Snow just began falling and we are welcoming it here at this DIY diva Home! Little dude started squealing with excitement when he looked out the window, and he is now currently searching for his boots.


In honor of the season, we started our Making Memory Advent, and it is a total HIT at my house! Little dude can't wait to open his "present" everyday.

Day one:

Make a paper chain to count down the days until Christmas.




Day two:

Learn about the true meaning of Christmas with the nativity. (I got this nativity from Target. I love it, and the kids LOVE it even more!)



Day three:
Read a new book about the true meaning of Christmas.




What Christmas activities have you started this December???

It's not too late to start making Christmas memories!
Start now!
It is amazingly fun!
You can do it with your kids, and some of our readers even thought it might be fun to adapt the activities for a spouse or significant other. For the list of my memory making ideas just click HERE.


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6 comments

  1. We just bought the same Nativity set at Target for our two year old. You're right...it's great! Also, we've been reading the same Christmas story at our house :)

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  2. @ Anonymous - I think great minds must think alike! We should be friends! Merry Christmas!

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  3. Meg! That first picture totally through me off. That view is way too familiar. I hope you guys are loving the place & love the memory idea. I'll have to try that next year! Merry Christmas.

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  4. Chelsea... We LOVE it here. I cant even tell you what a blessing it is for our family.. A miracle.. An answer to our prayers. Thank you for your sweet note!!! Take care Chels and Merry Christmas too!

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  5. I love the advent calendar!!! I may do this with my boys...it's not to late to start it right?:) I am also loving your snow...no snow here. I have been following for a little while now and love Do It Yourself Divas! Thank you for sharing. Wishing your families a merry and blessed Christmas!

    Happily Following,
    Ashley @ Thereisnoplacelikehomemade

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  6. I made your Shabby Chic Christmas Tree Skirt and it is beautiful. Thank you all for the great tutorial. I am a very visual person and I was able to follow the directions without difficulty. Thanks and Merry Christmas. Mimi Ann

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