This year is a special one for me as it will be my baby’s first Christmas. This is something I’ve dreamt of for so long, and it’s here! The holidays are always fun, but with a baby, they bring a different kind of excitement. As you can see, Savvy Sassy Baby is all ready for Christmas, with his Christmas jammies! This year, we will carry on some of our favorite family traditions, such as picking out a tree and driving around our neighborhood looking at lights, and also begin some new traditions to call our own. I think a family photo in front of the tree each year is a must- we already started that last year while I was pregnant, so it will be so fun to recreate this photo with my baby in my arms!
Celebrate Baby’s First Christmas with Babies “R” Us!
Babies “R” Us knows how special this time of year is for families, and will be hosting a series of in-store events in November to celebrate Baby’s First Christmas. This is not only a great opportunity to make some memories with your little one, but also to meet other parents in your area with similar-aged children!
The event will be located at Babies “R” Us stores nationwide.
11/22- 10am: Aug/Sep/Oct/Nov 2014 Babies (but all are welcome, even if your baby was born a different month!)
Event activities include story time, DIY ornaments, Christmas photo prop, gift suggestions, and table and gift guide by baby age. Each guest will receive a Baby’s First Christmas Gift Guide: a handpicked collection of gifts for baby’s first year. Also, there will be raffles and giveaways! This is a fun (and free!) family event that you’ll surely not want to miss out on!
If you decide to join in the fun, share your event photo on Instagram or Twitter and tag it with #BRUChristmas #Sweeps to be automatically entered into the Babies “R” Us sweepstakes for a chance to win a $2500 Babies “R” Us gift card or a year’s worth of baby food or diapers. See more details HERE.
What are some of your holiday traditions?
This post is part of a Babies R Us sponsorship through the BabyCenter Blog Network.
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