Christmass Bliss

Process for surviving Christmas with Teenagers

Christmas with teenagers is definitely a different experience from those when they were young, but that doesn’t make them any less enjoyable. Mine love the festive season (probably because their mother continues to make such as big deal of it!). They love the food; spending time together; the presents and, of course, time off school and college.

Christmas is for them too

Who can forget the Apple christmas advert back in 2013, where the aloof teenage boy spends most of his time on his phone seemingly uninterested in the activities of his family?

This archetypal image of teenagers may not be too far from the truth; indeed we’ve come to expect them to behave that way. Teenagers will be surly, they won’t want want to spend every minute with you over the holidays and, I’ve found, there’s no point forcing them to do the things they don’t want to, it’s better to negotiate and put their skills to good use. Mine have now taken over responsibility for teaching the grandparents how to use their new tech at Christmas and it’s lovely to watch!

To have a blissful Christmas this year, we’ve come up with a process for surviving Christmas with teenagers.

See this process in action

See this process in action

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