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From Thanksgiving to Christmas and everything in between, bringing the holidays into my home is one of my favorite things to do. There is nothing more welcoming than feeling the season the minute you open the door. In our home, we love to deck the halls and wear matching family jammies. What better way to get holiday ready than with Kohl’s?! Whether you’re looking for beautiful holiday decor to deck the halls of your home or need some last-minute gifts for friends and family, Kohl’s is my one-stop-shop!
Xmas harkens back all the way to the mid-1500s and the Greek letter X, which is the first letter in the Greek word for Christ: Χριστός.
Fun With the Family
This year we are focusing on staying in and getting into the holiday spirit for the season! We’ve been able to keep up with our family Christmas traditions like getting comfy and cozy to watch some of our favorite Christmas movies and drink hot coco. Nothing like blankets, pillows, and of course these ADORABLE matching jammies for the whole family! And don’t forget the matching papa bear, mama bear and baby bear slippers to wear around the house when it gets chilly!
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From 1659 to 1681, the Puritans did not allow Christmas to be celebrated, going so far as to officially outlaw celebrating the date.
Grab Gifts For Everyone!
This holiday season is certainly different, but like Nora Roberts says, nothing ever seems too bad, too hard, or too sad when you’ve got a Christmas tree (filled with presents) in the living room! And the truth is, Kohl’s has the perfect gifts for everyone on your list.
Whether it’s dad and his tech items or your tween who is swooning over all things faux fur, Kohl’s has you covered with all their amazing gifts. A Perk? Everyone can earn money (Kohl’s Cash) while they shop. For every $50 spent you get $10 dollars in Kohl’s cash.
And don’t forget the many safe ways you can shop too, like their contactless drive-up or in-store pickup. What’s on your list this holiday season?
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The first record of candy canes in America goes all the way back to 1847 when a German immigrant used them to decorate his holiday tree.