We asked them what they loved the most about Christmas and if they had any memories or traditions that they like to do at Christmas time.
We hope you're all getting into the Christmas spirit too and feel free to post your comments about your favourite thing about Christmas.
Christmas memories from Dale
I think a combination of the colder, darker nights and the sound and smell of an open fire and candles sets me up to start getting Christmassy.
Christmas was always an extra special time of year for me as my birthday is actually on the Big Day!
I'm a pain to buy for as I get embarrassed when my family spend a lot on me.
I seem to forget that most of my pressies are combined Christmas and Birthday – You'd think I'd get used to it after more than 30 of them!?!
I've dug out these black and white photos taken with my brother Darren in 1964 and the other is my first Christmas as a Dad with Ali and Jack aged 3 weeks.
The moment that marks the beginning of Christmas for me is usually the first weekend in December, when I am in the kitchen doing some cooking – maybe the cake or pudding, or perhaps sausage rolls for the freezer – and Olley decides it's time to get the Christmas tree up.
Bex is the one who enjoys helping with the decorations – she loves the traditions of Christmas.
We always decorate the kitchen as it's the heart of our home, with a big squashy yellow sofa to lounge on in a conservatory at one end and a table that we extend to seat the 14 members of the family that we usually have for Christmas lunch in the middle.
It feels really festive – a lovely start to a family Christmas.
P.s. The angel at the top is from 1994 when Bex was 3 years old and Charlie about 22 months. The angel was a masterpiece made by Bex at a craft club I took her to – we use it every year although the head is a little lopsided now.
Have a merry Christmas everyone!
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