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Printable Topic: A list of ten activities for your Catholic family to do together during the month of December
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Angie is a nerdy, domestically challenged wife and homeschooling Mom sharing about her family’s life and lessons learned at Many Little Blessings. She is also the founder of Catholic Mothers Online and The Homeschool Classroom.
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emily davis says
I hope you don’t mind if I link your page on my blog.
Hugs & Blessings,
Definitely feel free to link to the post (not directly to the printable) on your blog. I really appreciate it! 🙂 Thanks so much.
Crunchy Con Mommy says
So cute! We are already doing most of these things (or similar things-he is too little to go caroling for real, so we are going to carol via phone to Grandmas and Great-Grandmas who won’t mind when he misses half the words, lol) as part of the “activity Advent calendar” I am doing with my son 🙂