Ever since my toddler became obsessed with Frosty the Snowman, our family has celebrated ChristmasinJuly. Yes, even now that he’s a teen. I don’t know anyone who loves lights, carols and Christmas magic more than he does. We look forward to ChristmasinJuly as a fun break from typical summer days. It also serves as a reminder to kickstart holiday planning. Whether you love the traditional feel of Christmas or want to add a summertime twist to your festivities, you’ll love these ideas.
Indulge in Holiday-Themed Foods
Make snowman pancakes. Stack different sized pancakes on plates to resemble snowmen. Use chocolate chips for eyes and buttons, then decorate with whipped cream and powdered sugar “snow.” Read more at San Diego Family Magazine