Blogging Carnival: Winter Traditions

This post is a bit of a blast from the past: I am re-organizing my blog and moving some pages content to regular posts!

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Whether you are familiar with our wonderful Multicultural Kid Blogs group or not, I am sure you’ll be interested in reading about these wonderful traditions brought to you by these multicultural moms and dads!

Bringing up multicultural kids can be challenging at times. If you search, you will find that there are lots of moms and dads who blog/write about it. We celebrate multiculturalism by Multicultural Kids Blogging Carniva featuring  Winter Traditions in different families around the world.

You can find out more about all these bloggers and more by following us on Twitter (#multiculturalkids), subscribing to the feed on Facebook  and following us on Pinterest!

Celebrating Winter Traditions

Becky of Kid World Citizen and her extraordinary family emphasize the importance of family traditions  and share their own winter family traditions.

Winter is often and mainly associated with Christmas and New Year. This time around  Valerie and Alex of Glittering Muffins came up with Snowman pancakes! And to celebrate multilingualism they posted about it in French too!

Jennifer of the Good Long Road and her boys are still establishing Winter Traditions. They hope that these 12 days of Christmas Giving could become one!

Cordelia of Multilingual Mama recalls her childhood memory and introduces her own reusable Santa Advent Calendar that can be  filled “with goodies for her two little elves”.

Another Christmas countdown is introduced by Jill of Mom’s Gone Global – numbered “candles” with a message and a trinket inside of each one.

Alyson of World Travel Family and her family have their own Tropical Christmas Traditions – they “go for a swim in a rain forest stream” and enjoy their Christmas lunches.

Jody of  Mud Hut Mama, Boo and Kooks enjoy Winter Rain Showers in Malawi.

Not many people know what other days are celebrated around the globe during the winter season. Melissa of Where Going Havo?  introduces St. Nicolas day celebrated in Czech Republic and Slovakia on 5th of December.

Leanna of All Done Monkey introduces a lovely Star Stocking Craft she made for Ayyam-i-Ha and recalls a childhood tradition of making Snow Cream with her siblings.

        

Melissa of Vibrant Wanderings shares about happiness and the holiday spirit and importance of enjoying the little moments with the family.

As for us, we don’t really have any Winter Traditions, but we do like going around and enjoying all the Christmas Decorations!

Do you have Winter traditions in your family/among your peers? Share with us!

You can find out more about all these bloggers and more by following us on Twitter (#multiculturalkids), subscribing to the feed on Facebook  and following us on Pinterest!

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2 thoughts on “Blogging Carnival: Winter Traditions

    • I am glad you liked it! Next Carnival is coming on Spring Traditions (hosted by Becky @ kidworldcitizen.com) – you should totally participate!

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