The holidays are all about spending time with family, so we asked Lazydays team members to tell us some of their favorite holiday traditions:
Customer Care Specialist
Our favorite family tradition is attending a church service on Christmas Eve, going out to dinner and then going for a hayride around town looking at Christmas lights. My son has Christmas lights on his trailer and we sing songs around the tree. The crazy thing we love to do is throw marshmallows and wish everyone a Merry Christmas. We think of them as snowballs!
Relationship Marketing Specialist
My favorite tradition is baking for the holidays. I typically start the first weekend in December and bake non-stop for three days. It’s a tradition that was passed down to me by my mother-in-law 20 years ago that I now do with my seven-year-old daughter. It gives us time to spend together doing what we love for those whom we love. We bake everything from sugar cookies to peanut butter and chocolate fudge. We dip Oreos and pretzels in chocolate and decorate with sprinkles. We make buckeyes, seven-layered cookies, chocolate clusters and snicker doodles just to name a few. Then we package them up in decorated holiday boxes to deliver to friends and family to share and enjoy.
Every year our family celebrates Christmas Eve and everyone stays up and opens Christmas gifts at midnight. Since we open gifts and have our family dinner on Christmas Eve, Christmas morning we all sleep in late and spend the rest of the day relaxing. We have done this for generations in our family.
Director of Operations, Colorado | RV Sales
Our favorite holiday tradition is gathering all of our family together in one place during the holidays to watch the classic Frosty the Snowman and Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer animated movies, which we all grew up watching together. When our children are old enough, we will share this tradition with them.
Our favorite Christmas tradition is going to the midnight service at our church. It is a great celebration of music and worship that helps us keep the true meaning of Christmas.