Fun ways to spend the Christmas vacation

@nandans (1161)
India
December 17, 2006 6:29am CST
The end of December means, among other things, that it is time for the Christmas vacation. Most children will have a 10-12 day break -- not long enough for travelling, but long enough for you to rack your brains thinking of ways to keep them entertained. With a little planning before hand, you can make this vacation more enjoyable for you and the kids. How you want to spend this Christmas vacation.
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@mansha (6301)
• India
17 Dec 06
Yesterday only we canceled our tickets as though my kid has his holidays but my hubby's boss i going on an extended leave so he is supposed to be in charge so all our plans have been swept under the carpet.Money ball has to roll na .I am disappointed nmow thinking of making my son join some short camp or some activity nearby so that atleast he is busy.:-(
@nandans (1161)
• India
18 Dec 06
thats very sad... why not u plan for a small gathering of friends and close ones... enjoy yourself this chirtmas... have a nice time
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
17 Dec 06
If I had my way we'd be on a plane to jamaica again but I'm not getting my way again this yr (already workign on getting my way for next yr LOL) and my husband only has the 25th and 26th off tht week so goin away isnt really possible...my kids are only off for one week as well this yr (the last day is 22nd they go back Jan 2) so we'll just be hangnin out at home doin the usual...on jan 2nd their cousin is coming to stay for a week from canada and hopefully the weekend after I'll be taking the kids to Ohio to visit family but i dunno for sure yet...Its kinda hard to plan anything when my husband has no time off, I dont drive, we dont have the money and so on....
@nandans (1161)
• India
17 Dec 06
Thanks for sharing your plans of vacation... Merry Christmas !!
• India
17 Dec 06
ok
@m4riu5 (21)
• Romania
17 Dec 06
it is not important where do yoy spend your cristmas, important is whit who you spend it