Seeing Christmas Through The Eyes of a Child

There’s something about seeing Christmas through the eyes of a child. They make Christmas magical!

This year I’m seeing Christmas through Colt’s eyes. He loves the Christmas lights and when we drive by a house with lights, he says, “Merry Chrithmas” (that’s how he pronounces it. :-) )

Seeing Christmas Through The Eyes of a Child

I also love to hear children sing at Christmas. They’re voices are sweet and innocent.

Here’s one of my favorite Christmas songs sung by children from the Brooklyn Tabernacle in New York City.

 

Merry Christmas and have a blessed Sunday!

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  1. Kimberly Pozza says

    What a blessing a grandchild can be! Of course, granddogs and grandkitties seem to be my course in life. I absolutely love the beautiful song sung by the children. It humbles me and grounds me from getting carried away by all the other “stuff” . Thanks Cindi for this powerful inspiration ;))

  2. Sandy says

    Hi Cyndi, it has to be so special to be able to spend time with Colt, especially during the holidays. Children are so innocent and it’s so much fun to watch all of their excitement. Enjoy the week and Merry Christmas to you also.

  3. JIll says

    Hi, Cyndi! Precious picture of Colt! Do the exchange students that are staying with you normally celebrate Christmas? I’m always curious to know about other countries/cultures.

  4. Amy says

    Merry CHRISTmas!! :) How appropiate, as today we had our childrens program. It was so very sweet! It makes my Christmas that much more special to put together the program. I wish you & your family a wonderful Holiday! Happy Birthday, Jesus! 😀

  5. Teresa says

    Cyndi, I too love Christmas through a child’s eyes. And how appropriate that is since it was the child Jesus we are celebrating! I love the music you shared! I hope you and yours have a very special Chrithmas

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