Christmas Program

Welcome to Day 19 of our “Countdown to Christmas!”Here’s what we’ve been up to as we prepare for the Holidays. 🙂

‘Ai gave TWO speeches during the Christmas program at church yesterday. She was the first one to go up AND the last one to go up and she did a VERY good job. She was well-prepared and all of that practice paid off. I am super proud of her! The church also provided a delicious holiday dinner afterwards. 🙂

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Happy Holidays and Happy Parenting!

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25 Days to Christmas Challenge:

Day 1: Winter Bucket List

Day 2: Our Handmade Christmas Decoration

Day 3: Messy Fun, Holiday Treats, and Christmas Movies 

Day 4: Best Christmas Movies to Watch as a Family 

Day 5: 5 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays with Your Family

Day 6: Christmas Wishes + #DecemberToRemember Giveaway Hop

Day 7: 9 Great Gifts for the Child That Loves Art

Day 8: Early Gift Opening and The Polar Express

Day 9: How to Make a Marshmallow Snowman

Day 10: Winter Concert Practice and Vlogmas Videos

Day 11: Our Favorite Christmas Classics

Day 12: 5 Money-Saving Tips for the Holidays

Day 13: Snow Day Fun!

Day 14: Super Simple Christmas Cookies 

Day 15: Christmas Concert

Day 16: Saving Santa

Day 17: Ice Palace Christmas Tree

Day 18: Christmas Dinner Menu 

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23 thoughts on “Christmas Program

  1. How cute! I love watching kids in their Christmas programs.

  2. ‘Ai looks adorable giving her performance!

    Isaly Holland

  3. We have a Christmas event at our church too. I always like watching the kids participate

    1. I always really enjoy those programs. 🙂

  4. Ai is adorable. She looks a tad bit nervous, but I wouldn’t even have the courage to get up on the mic. Good for her.

    1. She told me she was a little nervous. Lol. But she did an awesome job!

  5. Ola

    Your daughter is soo adorable! Isn’t it amazing how UNafraid kids are about certain things- like speaking in public.? Hooray for Ai!

    1. Thank you sooo much! And I can learn so much from kids. I just love watching them in action.

  6. blair villanueva

    At home it is a tradition that kids will give performance in from of the parents, after dinner. Some may sing (even tone deaf, but doesn’t matter) some may recite poems, dances, etc. Its so much fun. And after the performances are sweet amd warm chocolate drinks 🙂

    1. OMG! Can I steal that idea for this year?? I love it!

  7. This is so adorable. I remember my days of doing the Christmas program. It was a memorable time. I hope she enjoyed every bit of it.

    1. She definitely enjoyed it even though she was a bit nervous at first.

  8. Well done to Ai for presenting the speech, well done to her.

  9. Kyla

    She looks so cute up there! Good for her for being so eager! I’ll definitely have to check out that book app! It sounds cool!

  10. Letting children do stuff in public is the best way to help them overcome fear during public functions. Love how cute your daughter looks.

  11. Oindrila

    I remember when I was at Ai’s ager, i feared public speaking real bad but I’m sure she did justice to it. 🙂

    1. She did an excellent job. She said she was a little nervous once she got up there but she did great. ☺️

  12. We’ve been watching videos of our kids in school programs and love them. Of course proud parents.

  13. Very cute. I love that the show began and ended with her.

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