The Child's Christmas
Many of our Christmas traditions have been passed down from generation to generation, while other customs have a fairly contemporary source. The Child's Christmas is a look back to what Christmas was like in Victorian England--before commercialism and fast-paced, hectic lifestyles took over the season.
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