Photo by Scott Feldstein
Today I’m over at Keeper of the Home talking about using family traditions to keep Christ at the Center of Christmas.
From the post:
My family had a nativity scene growing up that was not the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen, but I have such found memories of it. The paint was chipped on the figures, and the stable was cardboard with hay glued to the roof that would become thinner and thinner with each passing year; it was obvious it was well loved.
Our nativity was not a “just look but don’t touch” kind of nativity. My sisters and I loved to play the Christmas story by acting out with the figures. We would take turns playing with the different characters, and instead of just being a decoration, the nativity was a special toy for us to play with.
Now, with my young children, I want them to have the same experience. Read more…
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