By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing

Years from now, when you look back on 2020, what will you remember? How will you describe it?

There is no doubt that it has been a year of struggles for many, but as we have mentioned in previous blogs, there is still much to be thankful for, and many silver linings to be found.

If you celebrate a religious Christmas, I hope that you are able to have a few quiet moments with your family to thank our Lord for the silver linings you are able to find. I hope that your faith envelopes your family on this very special day and reminds us all of the one who has made all things possible.

For those who have just wrapped up the Hanukkah season, my wish is that your family was able to celebrate and enjoy delicious food and annual traditions even in this unusual time of the Pandemic. Thanks to those of you who shared photos of your family’s gatherings and celebrations. Chag sameach!

For those who will celebrate Kwanzaa beginning tomorrow, my wish is that physical and social distancing doesn’t inhibit your celebrations, your family time, and your enjoyment of Kwanzaa traditions.

On this Christmas Day, I wish each and every one of you a healthy holiday, a happy holiday, and a day of serenity. I hope 2021 is a year full of amazing experiences, gratitude, and health for you and your family.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at Triad Moms on Main!