Lauren Conrad’s Christmas traditions to start with kids

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The Holiday Spirit Starts Young

With Thanksgiving in just 3 days, and the Christmas season ascending upon us soon after, Lauren Conrad and gang thought today would be a good time to tell the world about 5 holiday traditions that one can start with their newborns, little infants, and toddlers.

Team LC and Pottery Barn Kids start out with parents picking out a personalized ornament each year, containing the year and photo, beginning at a baby’s first Christmas and continuing on throughout a child’s life, the little ones also get excited about getting new pajamas, which you can open with them on Christmas Eve or the first night of Hanukkah.

A very important tradition your kids will surely keep on practicing for all their lives is giving a gift to the less fortunate, where this valuable habit will rightfully be ingrained into their generous soul, and be passed along to their own children, stuffing a stocking each year and/ or counting down to Hanukkah is another great tradition, and don’t forget that memorable family photos of mom, dad, and the kids that you must get a professional photographer to do, so they will last a lifetime.

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Daytime Drinks Among Friends

In one last Friendsgiving gathering before we settle with our families for Thanksgiving, Team LC today with their good friend, Claire Thomas, of The Kitchy Kitchen gave us 2 lovely libations we can rely on to get the rest of our day started in a place where we’re having a good time.

With all the brunch fixins, we have the late morning cocktail made of expresso, half & half, amaro, Grand Marnier, and orange peel garnish, and you’ll be loving the sparkling cranberry mimosa, made with nothing but the best like dry sparkling wine, cranberry juice, and frozen cranberries for believe it or not, garnish.

Daniel Quintanilla

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