Asda Christmas 2015 Hamper #Giveaway

Christmas is different in every household because no 2 families are the same. It may start with who buys the presents – does Father Christmas get them all, just some stocking fillers, or does he just do the deliveries? Then when can you open presents – is as soon as Father Christmas has been okay? Or do you have to wait until the afternoon after you have eaten? Do you want to party or do you want to have a snooze on the sofa after watching a Christmas movie? However you do it ASDA allow you to do it your way #becauseitsChristmas.

Asda Christmas 2015

I was invited along to ASDA’s Christmas in July and I can share with you the readers a few of my favourites that I shall be purchasing this year. There was also a great range of Turkeys, Lobsters, Salmon, Cheese – never mind the fact that I can buy toys, clothes, dressing up, drinks and cosmetics – along with my regular food shop. ASDA have catered for everyone – those who like to go traditional and those who like convenience. You can have it however you want with ASDA’s motto #becauseitsChristmas.

Asda Christmas 2015

They not only cater for Christmas but Boxing Day and New Year too – with a great range of food and drink to make things how you want them to be #becauseitsChristmas. Or maybe you are like us and want to have party food Christmas day – ASDA have a huge range of foods conveniently made for you – and you can even stick them in the freezer. I love this idea as it means I do not have to fight those last minute shoppers.

Asda Christmas 2015

Personally we have our big Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve, and a finger buffet on Christmas day. This is to help our son with special needs cope with Christmas more easily – and for us to have more free time to deal with him on the day (as well as spending quality time with the children rather than cooking). To read more about why we have party food for Christmas Day read about how we adapt our Christmas to help our son with Special Needs.

Asda Christmas 2015

My top ASDA Christmas buys 2015

Extra Special Maple Smoked Salmon, ASDA Choccotone, Extra Special Dressed Lobster, ASDA Limited Edition Carrot & Orange Soup, ASDA Limited Edition Christmas Dinner Soup, Extra Special Smoked Salmon & Prosecco Flutes, Extra Special Duck & Cherry pate, Extra Special Fig & Brandy Christmas Pudding, Butcher’s Selection Roast in the Bag Turkey Crown with Bacon Lattice, ASDA Spiced Pumpkin, Cranberry & Pecan Loaf, Extra Special Chocolate Orange Pudding, ASDA Free From Yule Log, Extra Special Chocolate and White Chocolate Domes, Extra Special Chocolate and Caramel Square Cake, Extra Special Tigerwood Cheeseboard, Extra Special Mini British Burgers with Sundried Tomato Relish, Extra Special Mini British Pulled Pork Sliders with Barbeque Honey Glaze and Extra Special Lamb Kebabs.

Asda Christmas 2015

Whatever you are doing this Christmas I bet you would appreciate the chance of receiving a beautiful hamper from ASDA including:

  • Extra Special Mince Pies / Extra Special 3 Month Matured Brandy-Soaked Christmas Sparkle Fruit Cake / Extra Special Panettone / Extra Special Parmesan Reggiano with Knife.
  • Extra Special Mixologist Belgian Chocolate Truffles / Extra Special Mini Belgian Chocolate Bauble Truffles 
  • Rum Chata  / Extra Special Prosecco 

To enter just let me know (in 10 words or more) what you do #becauseitsChristmas and enter the Rafflecopter

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E: 10/12/2015

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Asda Christmas 2015

I was invited to ASDA Christmas in July to preview what was on offer. 

428 thoughts on “Asda Christmas 2015 Hamper #Giveaway”

  1. We start the day with the children (now aged 20, 18, 16 & 9) coming into our room to open stockings before going downstairs for a continental breakfast. We then get ready & go to church, where we celebrate Christmas with many friends. Things have changed in the past couple of years as my son works in a restaurant and earns good money for working Christmas Day and so we now sit down and eat our Christmas Dinner at about 5pm, once he has finished work #becauseitsChristmas.

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  2. Because it’s christmas we close our eyes and make a wish whilst stirring the Christmas cake mixture! My mum used to do this with me and my siblings and now I do it with my own children!

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  3. We visit all the family in England and France #becauseitsChristmas and try to work out a Father Christmas story that makes sense for both (he comes on 24th during the evening and knocks on the door in France while the kids are looking out of the window upstairs so there are no stockings to hang up … no crackers or turkey either !)

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  4. Christmas eve is all about watching Its a Wonderful Life with the family in our PJ’s then opening a present each at midnight. On Christmas morning we all have a glass of bucks fizz whilst opening our presents and then have a bacon sandwich for breakfast! #becauseitschristmas

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  5. Decorate, Christmas crafts, lots and lots of baking! Watching Christmas films as much as possible is also essential – starting with The Nightmare Before Christmas to bridge the Halloween-Xmas gap 😉

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  6. We all open our stockings, the highlight of Christmas whatever our ages! We have a large lunch at about 1pm – turkey for the meat eaters and something else for the vegetarians, we usually play Scrabble, Boggle and other games after lunch. Tea is a help yourself when you want buffet – salads, bread, cheese etc. #becauseitsChristmas

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  7. We indulge in lots of treats we normally wouldnt have and on Christmas day we all open our presies whenever we get woken in the morning by the kids #becauseitsChristmas

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  8. #becauseit’Christmas I put rum butter and squirty cream on as many food items as possible…..you can only get away with it at this time of year!

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  9. We wear what ever we are bought on Christmas day normally all wearing a dressing gown over our nice Christmas frocks but we love it x

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  10. All the presents are placed in one big heap. Grandad closes his eyes and picks a present at random. He passes it to whoever it is addressed to. We watch them open it. Then it is their turn to close their eyes and pick one. Repeat! If anyone picks their own present they have to put it back in the pile. Present opening goes on for ages!

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  11. I read twas the night before christmas to the kids on xmas eve, then on the day itself we have no set ‘game plan’ we just see how the day plays out!

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  12. My hubby and I with my adult twins always go to his Grandma’s house on Christmas Eve. This lady is now 84 years old and looks not a day over 60! She does all the food and entertains us all. We always take a huge chocolate home made cake that I slave over for hours! #becauseitsChristmas

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  13. #becauseitsChristmas we have warm mince pies for breakfast on xmas morning, none of us particularly like them then, but it is a tradition.

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  14. Recreating memories of my childhood for my own 19 month old daughter because I want it to be special for her! But creating new traditions too xx

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  15. I bake almost every day, and eat far too much food, just because I know that I can be good throughout the year and what’s a pound or two when you can stuff your face with your family!

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  16. We always put the decorations up 1st Dec (as my kids Birthdays are 2nd and 3rd Dec. We make decorations together once they have had their Birthdays right up until Christmas Eve. Christmas eve, we all have new Pj’s and cuddle up on the sofa and talk untill their tired. Normally 5am I’m woken by them so excighted to see their presents. We walk the dogs after dinner, then site around grouning we ate too much 🙂 #becauseitsChristmas

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  17. make something with sprouts. we never eat them at any other time but I always manage to find a new recipe and everyone always asks why we dont have them more often

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  18. #becauseitschristmas we have no rules! Usually daddy gets excited and wakes the kids, and we all go downstairs to see what Santa brought. Santa brings stocking fillers and small presents, because mummy and daddy buy the ‘Big One’. Then chaos ensues, there is no rythm or reason to the day but its always loads of fun. Eat whenever, play whenever 😀

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  19. #becauseitschristmas we eat chocolate at random times, and the roast dinner is normally about 3pm in the afternoon which we wouldn’t normally do on a normal day!!

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  20. We line the children up youngest to oldest and enter the living room where all the presents have been laid out in piles for each person

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  21. Putting the tree up as a family, baking lots of yummy Christmas treats and Christmas eve getting all comfy in Pjs and snuggling up and watching Christmas films

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  22. We always get Michael Buble’s christmas album on asap on Christmas Day, have bacon sandwiches and open our gifts together without fail every xmas #because it’s Christmas

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  23. #becauseitsChristmas I try my hand at homemade treats! Last year I did homemade fudge and truffles and this year I’m looking at mince pies and chocolate slabs! I also get the fun of taste testing everything… obviously 😉

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  24. We spend Christmas with my family in Switzerland where Christmas Eve is the celebrating day. We have mulled wine and nibbles outside in the snow and then it’s time for the children to open their presents #BecauseitsChristmas

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  25. I travel from Scotland to Northern Ireland with my soon to be hubby and our pug to spend christmas with my family and friends. Every christmas eve I have a couple of drinks in our local with my best friends then spend christmas day with my family. After Christmas we hold our annual christmas hat party where all my friends and immediate family come to my parent house wearing silly hats, we all drink and be merry! #becauseitsChristmas

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  26. On Christmas day the kids have a stocking from santa at the ends of their bed which they open upstairs, then we go downstairs and they have their main presents from us (Whilst we try and recover with a cup of tea as its normally about 5 in the morning!!!)

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  27. #becauseitsChristmas we buy loads of nice treats, we buy the kids some nice presents, we put up decorations and we plan for a nice special meal together as a family.

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  28. Because it’s Christmas, we make a special mince pie for Father Christmas, and food for the reindeer, and leave them by the chimney.

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  29. We normally get up about 8 in the morning, My mum wakes me up these days haha.
    Open the presents and watch a bit of tv whilst having breakfast, get dressed and ready to go to the local for 1pm, meet a bunch of family and other families for a few drinks.
    Then we go to my grandmas for an amazing dinner, most years I fall asleep after dinner, wake up and have a few drinks and then go to a friends, we usually have a gathering and an evening party into the small hours 😀

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  30. We always visit family on Christmas eve to deliver and receive gifts, then we attend the midnight church service. When we arrive home we all open one gift each 🙂

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  31. We have a traditional Christmas, with all the children making a mess and noise, the fathers trying to make the presents up, so screwdrivers are always on standby, and generally having fun, plenty of laughter, all sitting around bloated after lunch, and enjoying the time together. Love it

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  32. We always have breakfast together before we go into the living room and see if Santa has been! Then the day is spent together playing board games and having Christmas dinner with all the festive songs playing!!

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  33. its all about family and friends. xmas day is close family and being together all mucking in with xmas lunch. you can’t beat that special feeling toward loved ones.
    boxing day is party time with friends, buffet food and plenty of fizz letting our hair down!!

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  34. We always go to the in-laws on Christmas eve and stay until boxing day evening, enjoy a lovely cooked breakfast and then a full Christmas roast dinner late afternoon! My poor mother in-law gets lumbered with most of the cooking! (But I think she secretly loves the praise that comes with all the hard work!) We enjoy a few board games and feast on the left over cold meats etc on boxing day!

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  35. #becauseitsChristmas means we start Christmas Day with Champagne! perfect start to the day. Cooked breakfast #becauseitsChristmas! Leisurely morning and early afternoon then time to prepare for everyone descending.

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  36. #becauseitsChristmas I drink and eat more than usual, wear more make up than usual and watch more children’s films than I usually would 🙂

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  37. #becauseitsChristmas The whole family gets together for a few days. In the morning we go for a lovely brisk walk & visit our friends & neighbours. Then we have a lovely meal, play some board games and then a Karaoke party in the evening. TV is turned off – recording all the best programmes for later viewing 🙂

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  38. I’m 47 and I am so blessed to say that I have spent every one of those Christmas’s at home with my family. Every year my husband and I travel to Dublin with out daughter to spend Christmas with my parents and extended family x

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  39. Because it is Christmas I eat too much, drink too much, laugh a lot, play games and spend time with the family that we don’t always get to spend together

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  40. #becauseitsChristmas I love to bake with the family, see their faces when they see the wrapped presents appear under the tree, spend time watching Christmas films that remind me of when I was a kid and eat far too much!

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  41. ~because its Christmas we always have a cold buffet on Christmas Day – so noone is slaving over a hot stove while everyopne else is enjoying themselves. Oh and we all over indulge !!

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  42. We normally wake up first then let the kids go downstairs first to check Santa has been – usually around 6am….. then later we get round to Mum’s for a big feast – #becauseitsChristmas

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  43. because its christmas we open up all our presents then we have an elves breakfast which is sweet stuff like pancakes, muffins, chocolate and then get ready and go see family, come back and have a lovely xmas dinner ( im more excited about the dinner than anything hehe)

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  44. We have a tradition on Xmas eve my grandchildren come over to help put out the Christmas sweets and things out for santa and his reindeers, while their grandpa cooks the turkey and prepares all the veg

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  45. #BecauseItsChristmas I am so excited this year as baby number 4 is due on the 21st of December we always open presents in the morning have a cooked breakfast then head out to see family for dinner this year we will be at home with our new baby and kiddies #ilovechristmas

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  46. I eat everything in sight. There are so many yummy foods available at Christmas and I just can’t resist. #becauseitsChristmas

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  47. #becauseitsChristmas – We have a family day on Boxing Day, cold cuts and pickles for lunch, films and chatter in the afternoon. We have what we call ‘pick’ for tea. Which is basically a buffet!

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  48. #becauseitschristmas we go to a “Crib Service” at our local church, where children carry the nativity statues and put them in place.

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  49. #becauseitschristmas we all spend lots of time watching festive movies, eating lots of indulgent food and playing games as a family.

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  50. We all put new bedding and have a relaxing bath or shower on Xmas Eve and me and my mum have a tradition where we both get a alcoholic drink each and spend the night wrapping presents with Xmas songs on and we talk about everything and anything and then the actual day is spent with all extended family and kids #becauseitschristmas

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  51. #becauseitsChristmas ,I take more time off work to spend with the family . I eat more and indulge in more chocolate, and sweet treats

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  52. #becauseitsChristmas I always buy way too much food and chocolate and end up having to delay the diet until it’s all gone around mid-January

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  53. I would say ‘overendulged in food’, but that would be a lie, I always do that. So I guess I will go with play board games. I only ever do that at Christmas.

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  54. We make our own sweet mince pies even though no-one really likes them…just beacause it’s christmas. We spend loads of snuggle time on the sofa watching movies…just because it’s christmas. We eat lots of chocolate and goodies…just because it’s christmas

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  55. #becauseitsChristmas we drink mulled wine and watch lots of slush christmas movies, have the family over and eat lots of food that we dont eat for the rest of the year. I also have to have lots of Advocaat and Snowballs – it just wouldn’t be christmas without these little treats and rituals….and their is always the obligatory game of Scrabble on Christmas Eve too 🙂

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  56. Christmas is a time for family, love and happiness. The night of Christmas Eve a mince pie , carrot and a drink for Santa were always left out for Santa and Rudolph. To bed I would go, in the morning I was allowed to open my stocking and one present before breakfast. Traditional out breakfast has always been scrambled egg with smoked salmon through, toast and bucksfizz or lemonade and orange juice when I was a child. After breakfast we would open some more presents taking turns in the giving of a present and the receiving . Some presents were from Santa and others were from our loved ones. Before Christmas dinner we would all get ready and put on our finest clothes. We would sit down to our traditional dinner starting with Royal game soup like every year, I love that soup!! Then we would pull the Christmas crackers and party poppers, put on the hats and tell the lame Christmas cracker jokes and have a laugh. Turkey time with roast potatoes, stuffing, carrots, sprouts and chestnuts, bread sauce , cranberry sauce , pigs in blankets and parsnips for those who liked them. After dinner we would unwrap any remaining presents and settle to watch a Christmas film or a new dvd we had been given for Christmas. My dad would light the coal fire and we would sit eating Turkish delights or sweets from which ever tin was opened first and more than often fall asleep before have Christmas pudding which we set alight first before eating with brandy sauce hehe. These are traditions I hope to keep going with my son and hopefully in the future a family of our own. That’s what Christmas is to me.

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  57. Spend more money than I can afford on loved ones, eat and drink too much and be as lazy as possible in front of the TV #becauseitschristmas

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  58. #becauseitsChristmas we have champagne for breakfast and lunch…and dinner 🙂 (well, if parents are over it is champagne. If not, anything fizzy will do!)

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  59. We make home-made Yorkshire Puddings (well my brother does them!). I make a Christmas cake & we drink champagne with our dinner. #becauseitsChristmas

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  60. We do conservation work with our local wildlife trust on our local common by cutting down Scot’s Pine trees. We get to take one home to use as our Christmas tree.

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  61. #becauseitsChristmas I race around all December cleaning the house, choosing, shopping, cooking, baking, wrapping just so everyone has a lovely stress free time!!

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  62. #becauseitsChristmas I love to fill the house with family and friends, and our best years have been we included a total stranger too

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  63. #becauseitschristmas we usually do similar to you with the moved around food days because we have 4 children, 1 with Asd so it makes it calmer and also more time to spend with them all and their new presents 🙂 oh and also eating too much x

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  64. This is my first Christmas away from my children, and I won’t be there to watch them open their presents. Christmas should be good though even without them.

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  65. I have a drink of Champagne before breakfast time #becauseitsChristmas
    We play board games and have grannies round #becauseitsChristmas

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  66. We also have Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve , after we watch Scrooge , Christmas Carol on TV , so we have more time on Christmas Day to spend together un wrapping presents even the dog joins in! Then we play silly games like hide the pickle on the tree , one who finds it gets another mystery present we also do a pass the parcel , it’s all about making the most of family time together for us . Happy Christmas to all.

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  67. We have a family tradition (not one I enjoy) of going for a walk on the beach on Christmas morning – no way would we do that on any other winters day but because it’s Christmas we all have to walk by the sea in the freezing cold. Relatives eh?

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  68. We buy squirty cream for the mince pies, and I let the kids have a squirt straight into their mouths. Just one, because it’s Christmas!

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  69. We wear new pjamers on Christmas Eve and leave a carrot and water out for Rudolph and a whisky and mince pie for Santa #becauseitschristmas x

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  70. We wake up and open our presents straight away then go to my Grandma’s house for lunch. After lunch, we all sit around and play board games.

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  71. We go to Church with my Mum on Christmas Eve #becauseitsChristmas. The Carol singing helps to get us in the mood for Christmas.

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  72. It might seem weird but #becauseitsChristmas I have pain au chocolat for breakfast (which I see as something very indulgent) and because it’s Christmas I’ll stay in my night wear as long as I want.. which has even been all day!

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  73. #becauseitsChristmas opps and in 10 words or more – get up at 9am Christmas morning to run 5k with my eldest in a Santa hat, just so we can have seconds later 🙂

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  74. #becauseitsChristmas I put myself under loads of stress by writing individual handwritten letters to go in about 60 Christmas cards.

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  75. I love Christmas even more now I have a 5 year old. We wake up and open our presents, have a relaxed day, eat lovely food, few drinks and treats

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  76. #becauseitsChristmas I like to push out the boat,
    I always love the weather and put on my Pink coat.
    I dance to Christmas hits whilst putting up the tree,
    and flick through all the channels for all the tinsel films I can see.
    But mainly because its Christmas I love to cuddle tight,
    my loved ones in my family and drink wine throughout the night.

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  77. On Christmas Eve we all sit around in our pj’s drinking hot chocolate eating marshmallows and talking about the festive holidays. I love festive family time!

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  78. Chocolate for breakfast! As well as a couple of special shopping trips involving eating out, which is a special treat that I wouldn’t usually do. #BecauseItsChristmas

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  79. #becauseitsChristmas Home made mince pies in December. Then home made Christmas muffins for breakfast, followed by present opening then a Turkey dinner with festive cd’s playing softly in the background.

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  80. We both work nights and so have tea and cake 4am on christmas morning before we have a late christmas holiday to Iceland later.#becauseitsChristmas

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  81. #becauseitsChristmas I always make chestnut stuffing from scratch and plenty of it too because the whole family, including all the grandchildren, absolutely love it.

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  82. #becauseitsChristmas I always go mad looking for delicious food and drink for my friends and family. We also have a competition to make the best tasting dish, everyone has to make something from scratch no matter what it is and we vote for the tastiest most creative one, you won’t believe the competitiveness! ;0)

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  83. #because it Christmas i buy the children new Pjs so santa can tell they have been good bchildren and are all clean and ready for him to inspect and this always worked well till they got older, but they still wanted new PJS

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  84. We eat chocolate for breakfast, watch Christmas films and spend time as a family with no mobile phones or internet access just quality time.

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  85. #becauseitsChristmas I take extra time off from my job for family time 🙂 I’m self employed so it’s a little easier.. or harder depending on how you look at it as Ii have to catch up!

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  86. We have the whole extended family round for Christmas Day (between 15 and 20)! So I have rather a lot to do because it’s Christmas!

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  87. For some reason at Christmas i fill my freezer up with nibbles and snack bites this may not be strange but we don’t have many visitors at Christmas as the family are all a long way away or no longer with us so in June we are still eating Prawn twists and mini sausages very nice but why do i do it ? Got to go shops are calling me…..

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  88. I watch achingly sentimental films with bad acting and dreadful storylines, that wouldn’t even hold my attention the rest of the year #becauseitsChristmas

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  89. Every Christmas without fail, we always put up and decorate a Christmas tree my mother was given to her 40 years ago. Resplendent in tinsel and baubles, it still looks the part today. To Christmas proper, we always have a family drink of Bucks Fizz on Christmas Day and New Years Day. Finally, nothing beats a tin of quality street / roses on Christmas Day, watching the Queens speech and then a cracking movie. Really family traditions 🙂

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  90. #becauseitsChristmas I buy lots of presents, put up the tree, cook a massive meal, eat lots of chocolate and then feel so full I can’t move!!

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  91. I Dress Up for Christmas Lunch, and make a point of trying everything on the table. Not forgeting to thank the cook for all that hard work.

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  92. Because its Christmas I sove my diet out the window and indulge in a little bit of what I fancy with my family, followed by a nap in front of the t.v.

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  93. #becauseitsChristmas I treat myself to a bottle of brandy and have myself a couple of brandy and lemonades while I wrap the prsents

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  94. #becauseitsChristmas… I curl up on my sofa, with a horrendously cheesy Christmas romance on tv, whilst eating a mince pie and drinking a steaming cup of hot chocolate.

    There’s 101 other things I should be doing but I don’t care!

    @Cloudyskies29 on twitter

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  95. we always start the day with my 2 daughters jumping all over us wanting to go see if santa has been we open presents anfd then have breakfast, we spend the day with each other playing and chilling out and being together as a family

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  96. We have a manic christmas morning, opening gifts, family round which is great then after an huge christmas lunch we settle down and watch a movie together

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  97. #becauseitschristmas we going to Cristingle on Christmas Eve. Then we get up quite early in PJs to check if Father Christmas and the reindeers found their way. Then a light fry up followed by lots of presents opening before a huge lunch and collapse in a heap afterwards

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  98. We have a PJ day on Christmas Eve and watch lots of Christmas films with hot chocolate and popcorn #becauseitsChristmas

    Amazing giveaway! Thank you for the chance 🙂

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  99. #becauseitsChristmas we go for long walks after dinner with all our family – about 16 of us and it’s great for us all to get together and catch up on the year.

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  100. #becauseitsChristmas We drink champagne in the morning and wear silly jumpers. There is always a board game in the afternoon too.

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  101. It’s the only time of year that I get to go to the supermarket with my Mum and brother and she lets us put whatever we want into the trolley 🙂

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  102. The kids always come into our room christmas morning to open their stockings and then I have to go downstairs and put the christmas tree lights on before they can come in the living room to see if Father christmas left them any presents

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  103. We play Newmarket – it’s a once a year thing on Christmas night. I’ve been putting aside my 1p pieces for the last month!

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  104. #becauseitsChristmas we eat chocolate whenever we want, have bubbly at breakfast time, let the children stay up really late if they want and generally do what we want all day even if it’s staying in PJ’s!

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  105. We go to my mums for Christmas. We go there Xmas Eve and come home Boxing Day for our own Xmas. At my mums we have dinner, open presents and then play board games, where we always get a new game every year to play!

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  106. We open one present Christmas eve then do all the bits for the kids once their down. Snowy footprints and little trails to their stocking #becauseItsChristmas

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  107. #becauseitsChristmas I give more money to charities and good causes, I buy very few presents and really don’t like the expectation on us all to spend, spend, spend… my favourite festive event so far has been a senior citizens Christmas party that we organised at work (I work in a school), the students organise the event and it really raises the profile of teenagers in the community

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  108. We relax and drink too much 😛 #becauseitsChristmas
    PS _ my instagram name is natalielara1989 not missnatalielara as mentioned in my rafflecopter box!

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  109. Well #becauseitschristmas me and my partner stay up late on christmas eve watching christmas movies, then we wake up extra early on christmas morning because of our little boy and rush downstairs with him. #Becauseitschristmas we make a bit more effort to see family and spend real time together, no phones or other devices! 🙂

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    • sorry read that as 10 words or less…….we love to get together again usually on Boxing Day, but I work weekends so it will be Mon 28th this year, and we get all the family together and the grandchildren get their presents from our side of the family then and we all ahve Christmas No 2, it saves it all being too much on one day and we get to see all the fun twice

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