My New Christmas Traditions | Vlogmas, Onesies, and More!

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas To All!

This year was the year of starting new traditions and continuing old ones. I wanted to share a few highlights from this holiday season. This Christmas I decided to cut back on the content, because I was focusing on Vlogmas on my YouTube channel – so here I am with all the belated Christmas content! YAY! Here’s a few things I’ve been loving this holiday season.

Vlogmas 2019

I vlogged 25 days straight and uploaded to my channel all my Christmas activities. From gingerbread houses to baking with me to christmas craft DIY’s and more. This holiday season I brought everyone into my life for 25 days leading up until Christmas! With some guest appearances from loved ones in my family and friends, they made it all possible for me to have an amazing holiday season. It was an emotional Vlogmas, but a reflective one.

My Graduation Anniversary

Every year we’ve decided to head to Cracker Barrel on the anniversary of my graduation date. Why? Because my graduation lunch took place right at Cracker Barrel – my favorite place to eat and shop. That’s one of our new traditions.

Matching Onsies and PJ’s for Christmas

I’ve seen families do this all the time, but when I asked David if he wanted to match with me for the holidays he agreed! I took him up on his agreement and got us matching buffalo plaid pj’s from Old Navy. This is our new tradition for the holiday season!

Go To Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

This year I had the chance to go to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. This was the best decision! I loved every minute of the entire night! From the parades, to the entertainment to the snow on Main Street – it was all magical and I loved it all so much! I will be buying a ticket again to the Very Merry Christmas Party in 2020!

What are some of your Christmas traditions you’ve started this year? Let me know in the comments below!

Let me know if you also would like to see some belated Christmas decor DIY’s before you put all your Christmas decorations away!

Until the next blog,

Cheyenne Lenore


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