(You’ll see these again starting December 1st. Look out.)
Also, there’s tons of ideas for easy and cheap advent calendars on Pinterest, even just using envelopes. Or there’s this one at Land of Nod which is super cute for a mere $35, shipped. Which is a really good price for a reusable fabric Advent Calendar.
These aren’t in the correct order, I’ll do that after I write them out and put them in the calendar.
- Nutcracker and Ginger Elizabeth’s with Amy (me) /Go shopping for a present for Mom (Mr. E and kids). Mine is better.
- Santa Parade and then Fairy Tale Town to see Santa
- have a Starbucks date for hot chocolate
- Get a Christmas tree
- make a gingerbread house
- get a new Christmas ornament and decorate the tree
- donate a toy to a needy child
- Make a handmade gift for someone
- decorate Christmas cookies, and then eat Christmas cookies while watching White Christmas and addressing Christmas Cards.
- have a treasure hunt
- open and read a Christmas book
- plant an amaryllis
- set up the nativity scenes
- get out the Christmas decorations
- Read Twas the Night Before Christmas
- Watch How the Grinch Stole Christmas
- Watch A Charlie Brown Christmas
- Open family presents!
- Merry Christmas! Open Santa presents and go see Christmas lights!
- make a snow globe
- donate food to the food box at preschool
- pick and hang mistletoe (it grows all over the trees in our neighborhood).
- have an indoor picnic
- Write a letter to Santa
- Leave out shoes (December 5th)
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