This was the first year thatÂ Kendra WilkinsonÂ andÂ her husbandÂ Hank BaskettÂ spent Christmas at home. Â Since their two-year-old son, Hank IVÂ was old enough to participate in Christmas activities, the reality starsÂ decided to start making some holidayÂ family traditions. Â “I woke up and realized that this is going to be baby Hank’s first year to really know what’s going on. Â It’s not really about me anymore – it’s about him now,” Wilkinson toldÂ People.com.
How do you make your child’s holiday special?
Kids just want to be included and do the things that the “big” people are doing! Â Cupid has some tips to help make your child’s holiday a special one.
1. Wrapping presents:Â Wrapping gifts can be a difficult task for anyone, especially a child, but let them help you by sticking the tape down or putting the Christmas tag on the box.
2. Baking: Christmas cookies are a part of the major food groups during the holidays, so why not join in the festivities? Â You and your child could make Christmas-character treats with cookie cut-outs.
3. Christmas tree:Â Load up the car and go somewhere where you and the little ones can pick the Christmas tree together. Â As they grow up it will be something they always remember doing as a family.
How do you make Christmas special for your children? Share your comments below.