The 25th is RIGHT around the corner, and time is ticking to bake those last recipes, put together some crafts, watch those favorite movies and enjoy the sights and sounds of this Christmas season! Today, we talked about some of the best ways to spend your time leading up to the big day!

The badge of Pinterest Mom? Yeah.
I wear that with PRIDE.

Check out some family fun crafts below…
Candy Cane Pipe-Cleaner
Rudolph Candy Bars
Snowman Door Decor!
Pinecone Christmas Trees
Paper Plate Elves
Christmas Slime!

What’s Christmas without the food, am I right?
Melted Snowmen Bark
Snowmen on a Stick
Peppermint Oreo Truffles
Pull Apart Bread Christmas Tree
Grinch Cookies
Shortbread Bites
Cranberry Crock-Pot Meatballs

WNZR’s favorite part of Christmas?
The music. Of Course.
Here’s a playlist of the best 30 Christmas songs
Here’s 12 straight hours of Christmas music!
annnnnd here’s 8 hours of fire to listen to them by!

Here’s my favorite Christmas song.
Here’s Joe’s favorite Christmas song.

And what’s Christmas without enjoying some of the things that you can only enjoy at Christmas time!? Well here’s some of the things we think you should do this season!
A bucket-list (Stocking list) of sorts!
– Make a gingerbread house
– Bake and decorate cookies
– Decorate the tree
– Drive around the town and see the lights
– Go sledding (Snow provided)
– Build a snowman (snow provided)
– Drink hot cocoa
– Listen to Christmas music by the fire (fake or real)
– Sing your favorite Christmas carol for all to hear
– Watch your favorite Christmas movie
– Eat stuffing or scalloped potatoes (The homemade, crockpot kind)
– Sit quietly with no lights except the tree and drink hot chocolate
– Christmas Eve candlelight service at Church
– Pie & coffee & talking
– Participate in a Christmas Gift Exchange

Our Christmas Word of the Day today was…
This is the feast of the nativity of Jesus Christ

Middle English yol, from Old English geōl; akin to Old Norse jōl,
a pagan midwinter festival

First Known Use: before 12th century

Thanks for listening!