Magical Christmas Breakfast Ideas for Kids

Christmas morning is magical for kids; you know very well that you have an early morning coming up. Kids can only contain their excitement for so long before they burst into the room and wake you from your cozy slumber. I learned a few tricks from my sisters about making Christmas morning just a little easier, and a little more special. Most people will give the kids an early bed time, which does make sense. You need time to do last-minute preparations while they’re asleep. However, the earlier they go to bed, the earlier they wake up. Not to mention, kids will have a hard time falling asleep anyways.

The next is a bit more difficult: try to wake up before the kids. Yes that’s a bit early for a day off, but it’s worth it. Plus, they might wake you up ten minutes later anyways! Sneak down to the kitchen and prepare a fun holiday breakfast to have ready and waiting for the kids. They will be so happy that you’re already up and waiting with fun, tasty breakfast!

To help with plans, I’ve added some great Christmas morning recipes from Pinterest. Try these out!

Eggnog French Toast


Reindeer Pancake with Fruit Candy Cane

Christmas Pancakes

Christmas Tree Waffles

Snowman Pancakes

 
 
Sherrie Carter
 

10 Christmas Movies to Watch this Season

One of the most popular holiday traditions is watching Christmas movies on Thanksgiving night after dinner. You also watch holiday movies while wrapping presents, cooking, or just relaxing with the family. I’ve compiled a list of my 10 favorite Christmas movies to help get you started. Try to watch most or all of these before Christmas Day! 

The Home Alone Movies

Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer

The Grinch

Nightmare Before Christmas

Frosty the Snowman

Scrooged

The Santa Claus

Love Actually

A Christmas Story

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

Sherrie Carter

Beautiful & Exciting Christmas Light Displays [Part 2 of 2]

Part Two – Creative Christmas Lighting Ideas

Earlier today I posted a blog highlighting gorgeous outdoor displays from 2014. Make the 2015 list by using some of the ideas below to create stunning aesthetics in your Christmas showcase. Personally, my favorite is the set of Meteor Shower Light Display. I watched that clip, with wide eyes, for about ten times before finishing this post.

Meteor Shower Lights

Twig Lights

A Tree on Fire

Crab Lighting

Crystal Objects

 
 
Sherrie Carter