BronxMama Giveaway: Tickets to Santaland

One lucky family will win tickets to Bronx Santaland! The package includes a mini Christmas Play, pictures with Santa, and a yummy Christmas treat! Visit bronxsantaland.com for more information or Like them on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bronxsanta

To Enter: Leave a comment below letting us know what your family Christmas tradition is. One lucky family will  be chosen!

Thanks to Bronx Santaland for this giveaway!

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  1. Since we are living overseas, our family’s christmas tradition is to go back home to the Bronx for the holidays. Arroz con guandules, pernil, and potato salad with a side of pina colada! The perfect Christmas ever! Every year! Thats what family is all about…

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  2. Our family tradition is decorating the tree on Xmas eve and baking Xmas cookies for Santa.

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  3. We have a full out pajama day every Christmas Day…no visits, no visiting; just us relaxed and enjoying our family. In the afternoon, a trip to the movies, dinner and more snuggling. I can count a full crowd relaxing in our bed!

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  4. This will be great family event for the holidays!!

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  5. Our family Christmas tradition starts on Christmas Eve where family comes together to eat, spend time together and at midnight open presents. Then on Christmas Day, the kids wake up and open gifts from Santa. We then order breakfast from the diner so no one has to cook. During the opening of presents we put the Yule Log on the tv and then during breakfast we watch the Christmas parade! We also celebrate 3 Kings Day with more presents!

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  6. Hey BronxMama! We have a simple family tradition 🙂 On Christmas Eve, we celebrate with family and friends at my childhood home on Allerton Avenue. We then go to midnight mass at St. Lucy’s Church on Mace Ave. After Mass, we head over to Pelham Parkway to view the “The Garabedian house, on Pelham Parkway” which has a very special meaning for us since it has been a staple in our lives since we were all young kids 🙂 We try to keep it simple and warm for our family. We try to make the holidays something they will always remember and hopefully continue the tradiditon we have instilled in them:)(If you don’t know The Garabedian house, on Pelham Parkway, it is the house that has all the lights and mannequins”. It is beautiful! That is our most important gift we give to them 🙂

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  7. I put all my son’s gifts “from Santa” in a sack & leave it under the tree. He wakes up so surprised & excited. Love the smile on his face!

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