In recent years, I’ve taken my passion for adventure and paired it with my daughter’s love of holidays and all things festive. The holidays are totally different when it's just you and your kid, and I've learned to embrace those differences in a way that allows us both to create our own, unique, fulfilling traditions. In other words, it's the best.
Sometimes, the combination of my passion and her festivity means we spend the holidays away from home. Other times, it simply means we make a holiday for ourselves within the four walls of our every day life. The point of our time is not to reach a destination, but to make whatever we do together an adventure.
Since we started approaching holidays from the perspective that what is best for holidays is adventure, the natural shift was for holidays to become a time for just us. Most of the time, the winter holidays are spent with my daughter and I figuring out for ourselveshow we want to celebrate. Many of us experience this at some point in our lives; we suddenly find ourselves creating our own traditions and spending the important days with just our children. So, with that in mind, here are a few changes you can prepare yourself for, if you plan on spending the upcoming holiday with just you and your little one: