Christmas Traditions

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    Christmas Tag

    Day 11! Wow almost done with my first blogmas. Today’s post is a Christmas tag. I was nominated by Rev. Rebecca from BeckieWrites and I just want to say thank you so to her for this nomination. The Rules Thank the blogger who tagged you and link to their blog. Thank you so much BeckieWrites List the rules in the post Answer all questions asked by the blogger Nominate other bloggers and provide them with 12 questions! My answers to her Questions Do you celebrate Christmas? Or do you celebrate another winter holiday, like Hanukkah? Or, perhaps you don’t celebrate at all. I would like to hear about your traditions! Growing…

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    What Jamaicans Eat for Christmas – Food Guide

    Hey Guys! so being that food is a huge part of a Caribbean Christmas, I’ve decided to bring you a post on Caribbean Food. From the start of Blogmas, I’ve been Telling you all about My Experience Growing up in Antigua and Barbuda. But today I g=will give you a guide to Jamaica Food. The still of this post will be embedded youtube videos of some of my favorite Jamaican Food. So what are Jamaicans Eating For Christmas? My Mom is Jamaican so although I grew up in Antigua I ate mostly Jamaican meals. Now this first item I will list is not what most people will have for breakfast…

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    Creating New Christmas Traditions, A Caribbean-Nigerian Couple

    My perspective: Christmas in The Caribbean Christmas Traditions. For me, I didn’t grow up in a home that celebrated Christmas. My family is Adventist by faith and they have different rules/views in regards to Christmas. This means that as a child, I never read Christian Christmas Stories, I never decorated a Christmas tree nor put up Christmas lights, I never went Christmas shopping, I never laid cookies out for Santa and I never had presents to open on Christmas morning. I also never felt like I was at a disadvantage. You see, I grew up in the Caribbean and while for some Caribbean people Christmas is a “huge deal” for others…