New Year’s Eve Traditions You and Your Children Will Love

New Year's Eve in Lisbon

2009 was such a difficult year for so many people that I’m  looking forward to ushering in a new decade. My family usually celebrates New Year’s Eve at home. Since it’s so hard to find babysitters, we invite all our neighbors over with their children. Then we play charades and other family games.

We also ask each guest to bring a hat, which they exchange with another guest when they arrive. Then both children and adults wear their borrowed hats through out the evening. It’s a simple tradition that is surprisingly funny because you start to take on a different personality. I love that it’s a playful way to greet the upcoming year.

How does your family celebrate New Year’s Eve?

I wish you a rich and rewarding 2010 full of time for family and the experiences you love most.

Catherine

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