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Taking random pictures or videos, singing Christian songs daily
We had a bonfire last night (on NYE) and thought that'd be a lovely NYE tradition !
I read a homeschool Mom’s blog where she shared that her kids played “undercover Santa” and passed out gift cards to random people. So we packed some gospel tracks, Jesus videos, and a gift card into Christmas cards and handed them out. It was so great and fun to see the surprise on people’s faces- one lady hugged us! It was awesome to have the kids think of others, too!