Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Christmas: What Really Happened.


Christmas program
We love you, baby Jesus.

Nothing is no more honest and forthright than a child's view of Christmas. Forget about Santa Claus--they nailed Rudolph with the red nose and the Grinch, having seen displayed Christmas with toys, trees, and stockings since August.

But, what do children know about Christmas, aside from the commercial presentations?  

Well, they know a lot and can tell all in their own simple words.




YouTube has great kid views of Christmas.

We just need to listen.


34 comments:

  1. Hahahahaha, I absolutely LOVE this! Awesome lip-syncing too, I must say. I hope you don't mind, but I'm going to swipe this for my Christmas Day blog post!

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    1. Good ahead and use it. There are a few so very cute videos of kids telling Christmas and Easter stories.

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  2. Santy claus snook down the chimney and gave me a talking phone. I was thrilled being 5 or so but here’s the thing. I got into an argument with phone because my name isn’t Jack!!!!! It kept calling me Jack... unforgivably hilarious

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  3. It's cute video seeing and listening to the kids version of Christmas.

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    1. When a group of kids give their view on history, it is bound to be amazing.

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  4. Hello, it was a cute video, listening to the children tell the story of Christmas. Enjoy your day and week ahead. Thanks for the visit and comment.

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    1. I hope your week is lovely as well.

      I enjoy your blog and posts.

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  5. Haha the kids sure are in the know

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    1. Even when they got it all wrong, they are in the know.

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  6. My heart is smitten. They get the depths of the story in a way i've grown tooold and "smart" to understand.

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    1. Kids may be small but they are huge in their understanding of this importance.

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  7. Ah yes, kids really do tell it their way, don't they?

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  8. Kids do the best telling. I love the bouncy star leading them to Bethlehem :)

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  9. Ha! How wonderful! Children have their own perspective, don't they?! :-)

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  10. Phooey, my speakers are on but I am hearing nothing. Will try again.

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    1. They melt me when they tell their own versions.

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  12. Kids really put their heart into Nativity Plays I think it makes Christmas for them. Thanks for visiting my blog pop back and visit again

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    1. Whenever I see your name, I head back over to see you. Kids grow up to adults and still remember those plays.

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  13. Christmas is such a great time. Happy Advent.

    God bless.

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  14. Yep, the kids always seem to nail it!

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  15. Dear Susan, thanks for posting this. Children do lead the way. Peace.

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    1. Children do have a way of simplifying big ideas.

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  16. Kids, my favorite source of truth. LOL I have always enjoyed children. That is something I have missed since I lost my hearing. Thanks for dropping by the Shipslog with a comment.
    I finally got to the right place to find 'follow'/ LOL

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    1. Glad you found me! Children are the best source of love and happiness.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!