Anybody celebrate little Christmas?
What is Little Christmas?
Obviously my answer is "I don't". =)
My Swedish relatives always celebrate little Christmas on January 6th. The night before they put ashoe (wooden if you have one) outside the door and in the morning there's a small gift. Not sure of the history involved. They also leave their Christmas trees up until January 13, and I don't recall the reason for that. I believe there's a name for that date in Swedish. I believe some Irish celebrate little Christmas, and Italians, but again. I'm not positive
We do! (*^-^*)
It just prolongs a bit of the fun of the holidays, and as a kid it was awesome!
We did when we lived in Germany when I was younger, but we don't anymore.
No, we don't. I just found out that on Jan. 6th the Armenians (I am 1/2) celebrate Christmas again, though. I wasn't invited anywhere now that I live near my relatives, though-lol
Quoting NicolesMommy:No, we don't. I just found out that on Jan. 6th the Armenians (I am 1/2) celebrate Christmas again, though. I wasn't invited anywhere now that I live near my relatives, though-lol
So you're 1/2 Armenian, what about the other half?
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