Every year on Christmas Eve, since the year he was born, my husband and his siblings open a single present – each person receives a small box containing a special, significant ornament. It’s a family custom that has been passed down from multiple generations and Gap recently paid witness to our newly adapted tradition for their Styld.By holiday campaign. Quincy is now old enough to appreciate our ever growing collection of eclectic ornaments, which makes decorating the Christmas tree so exciting and memorable. We got him an adorable alligator ornament this year, which we hope will remind him of our trip to New Orleans this fall. Are there any holiday traditions that your family has carried on?
(I’m wearing GAP 1969 Precision True Skinny Jeans, Acne Daze Sweater, Ryan Storer Cuff Bracelet. Quincy is wearing Gap Cardigan, Gap Denim Western Shirt, Gap Pull On Fatigue Pants. This post was created in collaboration with Gap Styld.By. All opinions are my own. Photography by Michelle Drewes)
Wow what a wonderful custom in your husband’s family!
xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
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Such a lovely Christmas tree and your little boy is so adorable!
Lovely pictures, and you really have such a beautiful Christmas tree!
I used to buy my kids an ornament every year too. I love Quincy’s big grin. Have a wonderful holiday. Thank you for all the great content on your blog. Pat S
Ornaments offer such a special way to remember each year. Your little boy is so incredibly cute and I hope you had a wonderful Christmas!