My family when I was young, couldn't afford decorations, so we used to cut up borchures/newspapers we got in the mail and made paper chains. It kind of became a tradition to keep making them every year even if we eventually got the fancy stuff.
I do it now with Ds1, and he enjoys getting involved.
I have started also collecting a special bauble or decoration to put on the tree each year.
We usually let the boys open a present before bed on Xmas eve, which is usually an xmas story and pjs, that we read and let them sleep in for Xmas
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