When it comes to the holidays, most people have cherished childhood memories and traditions passed down in their family, and a new poll reveals just how important it is for moms and dads to continue those traditions with their kids.
A new survey finds…
- 90% of parents feel it’s important to share their past holiday traditions with their children, as well as create new ones with their family.
- Half of parents say these things are “very important” to them.
Of course there are plenty of different holiday activities parents can enjoy with their kids. Among the most loved:
- Wrapping presents (55%)
- Helping their children wrap their presents (53%)
- Shopping for presents (50%)
- Getting a Christmas tree (48%)
- Baking cookies (46%)
- Hanging stockings (46%)
- Watching Christmas movies (44%)
- Decorating the Christmas tree (44%)
- Eating cookies (44%)
- Bringing cookies to neighbors (44%)
ONE MORE THING! When it comes to getting a Christmas tree, 36% of families will go to a traditional Christmas tree farm, with 23% getting theirs from a seasonal lot. Shockingly, 25% of parents give their children the final say on what tree to buy.