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12 Days of Birthmom Christmas

by Amy Shcumaker

It is the holiday season…what are you to do for your birth child?? Do you send him or her a little gift of what you think they would like or do you ask to see their wish list? Whether you are creative or practical…here is a fun idea to think of doing for the holiday season.

Think of doing a play on the 12 Days of Christmas. This is a project that you could do if you live near or even not so near your child.  So when should you start this project? Well there are two different times you can start this. The original 12 Days of Christmas reflects the celebration of “Old Christmas” which is celebrated on January 6th. 

Have fun with this and make it your own. There are many variations of this online to take a look at as well. You can either get everything together and send it all in one box or send a few boxes to space the gifts out. If you have a closed adoption, think about doing something similar for yourself and pamper yourself this holiday season, or do this activity for a close friend.

Start with a note that explains that there will be something for each day and to only open up one item per day. Each day have a note that states the day with a little saying like below and with a corresponding gift. This could be something small and as

inexpensive as you would like.

Here is a simple template you can follow…but please feel free to make it your own as your child may be younger or older than mine.

 “On the 1st day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:  
An ornament for my Christmas tree. Hang this ornament on your tree to remember me.”

“On the 2nd day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
2 pairs of gloves to keep my hands warm through the winter season.”

“On the 3rd day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
3 bags of popcorn for a simple healthy treat.”

“On the 4th day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
4 pairs of socks to keep my feet nice and toasty.

“On the 5th day of Christmas, your birth mom gave to you:
5 cans of my favorite soup.”

“On the 6th day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
6 small items of my favorite candy.”

“On the 7th day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
7 pieces of gum to practice blowing bubbles with good bubble gum.”

“On the 8th day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
8 packets of hot chocolate, to keep you warm on the days that are cold and blustery.”

“On the 9th day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
9 songs on a cd that will surely keep you dancing.”

“On the 10th day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
a list of 10 things that remind you why I love you.”

“On the 11th day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
11 pictures of the last time we were together.”

“On the 12th day of Christmas, my birth mom gave to me:
Now that the 12 days are  finished, please send me a note with these 12 self-addressed stamped note cards.”