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How can I celebrate Christmas with my 24 to 30 months old baby?

Even if your baby is as young as 24 to 30 months old, you should know that she is also aware of the excitement you are feeling when Christmas is coming, and so she feels excited as well. Here are some tips on how you can celebrate Christmas with your child even if she is as young as 2 to 3 years old:
 
Remember that during this age, kids usually feel that they are the ones who are in control of any situation. If you are planning to take your baby to see Santa Claus, make sure to spend some time to prepare for your visit. Do not force her to get a picture taken with Santa if she does not want to.
 
Christmas can also be your baby's season for tantrums. She may try to exert all efforts to get what she wants and if this does not happen, she might end up throwing a tantrum which may ruin the occasion. So as a mum, make sure that you can handle these kinds of situations.
 
You may take her on a stroll or a shopping expedition where you can leisurely move at your own pace. But of course, do not forget to consider taking someone else with you so that you can leave your baby with another person while doing holiday errands.

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