How we celebrate Christmas in Norway

It’s 4pm and all you can hear is the sound of the church bells calling and the crunch of your footsteps in the snow. Snowflakes swirls down from the dark blue skye, your coat feels warm and snug. At home the Christmas dinner is all ready, waiting for you, after being slow cooked for hours in the oven. Christmas is finally here.

By the end of November you find yourself running around to get hold of an endless amount of small treats and gifts for your children’s Advent Calendar. And it’s with great satisfaction, in the 12 hour, that you finally can admire the finished present galore. Early next morning the children gather excited to be opening the very first present, as a token that Advent has started. We’re counting down the days to Christmas.

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