Our traditions with Linens limited  |  Collaboration 

Winter is my favourite season. When I think of winter it cunjoures up images of snuggly blankets, cuddles watching films, crisp walks through the woods and being in the warm whilst listening to the rain outside. To me, it’s blissful and I’d take snowy cold over a sunny scorcher any day. So when Linens limited got in contact and asked me to write about my favourite winter traditions I was over the moon! How could I give up the chance to talk about my favourite things to do during my favourite season? So I thought I’d share with you my 3 favourite family traditions in winter (well mainly Christmas because that’s what winter is right?!?). 

1. Morning snuggles 

This isn't really exclusive to winter as Pickle hops into our bed every single morning but there is nothing better than it being a little chilly in the house and Hubby, Pickle and I all snuggling down into our bed together. Great bedding is essential for this and at the moment we have a gorgeous duck and down duvet from Linens Limited that makes snuggling feel so luxurious, cosy and warm. We’ve always had synthetic duvets so upgrading to the new one has been amazing and I don’t think I could ever go back to our old one now. I treasure our morning snuggles as it’s is the perfect way to start off the day. 

2. Stockings in bed

At Christmas time I have a rule... before we can go downstairs yo open our presents and start our Christmas Day we have to open our stockings in bed. I don’t really know why it has become a tradition but it is something that we now do every single year!

3. Christmas Eve picnic 

This is something that is only for me and hubby and it is something that we do every single year without fail. On Christmas Eve once pickle is FINALLY asleep we settle down in front of the telly to watch a Christmas film (usually Muppets Christmas Carol or Elf) and we have what I call a picky tea. We have party food like chicken poppers, sausage rolls, samosas... it is lush and it is the perfect way for hubby and I to have some quality time with each other before the maddness that is Christmas takes over! It is such a tradition for us and one hat I hope we can continue for many years to come.

So there you have it. My three favourite winter and Christmas traditions. Is there anything that you do in your house when the colder months come in that are your traditions? Let me know in the comments!

Note: This is a collaborative post.

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