This is a sponsored post on behalf of Sears and Latina Bloggers Connect. All opinions are mine.
Christmas time brings beautiful childhood memories shared with my late abuela. On the morning of Noche Buena, I remember getting up super early and going into her bedroom to wake her so that we could get the tamales started. Chopping vegetables all while listening to stories from my abuela were the best. As the day progressed so did the rest of the preparations. Food, decorations, drinks, gifts, music -- they all made the ambiance perfect.
My favorite part of the night was breaking the piñatas, they brought so much joy to my cousins and I. The piñatas were filled with small toys, fruits, candy and even money!! I loved picking up everything I could and sharing with my little cousins who were too young to get their own.
Although my grandmother is no longer here, the memories and traditions continue to be shared amongst my family. Each Holiday season we celebrate her life by continuing our family traditions. Also, thanks to my Abuela I love shopping at Sears during the Holiday season. That was her favorite place to shop for all of her grandchildren's gifts. She always found the perfect gifts at even better
prices.This season, Sears has teamed up with The Huffington Post to share Latino Holiday traditions. Do you have any Holiday traditions that you will pass on to your children? Please share!!