I’ve talked about family traditions here on my blog in the past, like our family’s Secret Sister Christmas party and our diy ornament making event I started last year (only time will tell if it develops into a tradition). Of course, watching seasonal movies is something we do naturally.
Typically we just borrow movies from the library if we can’t see them on tv. But, I know people collect movies, too. I’ve seen a fun idea shared on social media where you would gift wrap a bunch of holiday books or movies and unwrap them one day at a time as you’re ready to read or watch it as a family! That sounds like a fun family tradition.
Whether you’re looking for a different (new to you) movie to borrow from the library or add to your collection I hope you find the perfect one in my list of 30+ holiday movies for Thanksgiving and Christmas!
Watch a New Family Holiday Movie
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30+ Holiday Family Movies to watch for Christmas/ Thanksgiving
Also a Peanuts Holiday set
William Bradford (Animated Hero Classic)
Max’s Thanksgiving (Max & Ruby)
Essential Holiday Collection with Elf, Polar Express, Christmas Lampoons Vacation & A Christmas Story
National Lampoons Christmas Vacation (Special Edition)
The First Christmas (the birth of Jesus)
Bob Hope’s Hope for the Holidays
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