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♦♦I'm super happy to be a part of a blogging group coordinated by the super-amazing blog, Pumps and Push-Ups, that for today, is exploring the traditions of Christmas! Enjoy the posts, feel free to visit the other blogs (just click on any or all the names of each blogger) and leave comments. It's all supposed to be a fun, relaxing and great way to get into the spirit of Christmas. Merry Christmas everyone!♦♦

~Heather

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  1. Stopping by from the Holiday Traditions post... What a fun tradition of flannel PJs. We always opened our gifts on Christmas eve, which was out of the norm, but a favorite tradition of mine, and we continue today.

    Lisa @ Daily Style Finds

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  2. I love the Holiday inspired post What a great way to start Monday Happy Holidays!
    http://lachiquitamissi.com

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  3. Thank you so much Heather for being apart of the post and sharing your holiday tradition with us :)

    Brooke
    Pumps and Push-Ups

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