My Top 10 Christmas Jams Playlist

My Top 10 Christmas Jams Playlist

Christmas is definitely my favorite holiday hands down. I am excited to delve in and learn/re-learn things about the advent season as I read books to my son this month. I'll let you know if I find any really good ones for little people.

Top 10 Holiday Playlist

 Here are some of my favorite Christmas jams to get you in the spirit, my top 10 favorites. Enjoy!

1. Mary Mary, Tis the Season

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