They entered the house and saw the child with his mother, Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped him. Then they opened their treasure chests and gave him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. – Matthew 2:11
Merry Christmas Eve!
Not sure how it’s already Christmas Eve but it is. My kids are glued to the computer screen tracking Santa’s every move. Every few minutes a “heyyyy mom” is shouted from my bedroom notifying me of Santa’s latest stops.
Refreshments litter the desk and a globe to visualize each stop Santa is making.
I adore the Offical Santa NORAD tracker, bless the volunteers that make this magical piece of Christmas for kids all over the world to enjoy.
Bringing me back to the day of Christmas Eve with my own two brothers anxiously awaiting Santa’s arrival. Spending the day driving my own parents nuts with the excitement and anticipation that comes with awaiting Santa’s arrival.
Between the “heyyy moms” and incessant giggles from my own two children I’m diffusing essential oils throughout the home using some of the sacred oils the Wise Men gifted upon Jesus’s birth so many years ago.
I think so easily we get caught up in the gifts, the sadness many feel around the holidays, and the political drama between families this time of year. It’s so easy to forget what the true meaning of Christmas is about.
On this Christmas Eve morning I want to share a diffuser recipe that reminds me of why we celebrate Christmas, purifying the air, hopefully bring some peace to my house, all the while praising the Lord for gifting us his son so that we can celebrate Christmas and enjoy the holiday season.
Christmas Eve Diffuser Recipe
- 10 drops Exodus II
- 7 drops Orange
Add oils to your diffuser, fill with water. Turn the diffuser on. Simple as that.
Let the sweet aroma of ancient oils fill your home this holiday season.
Exodus II is a sweet blend of cassius, myrhh, cinnamon, calamus, hyssop, galbanum, frankincense, and spikenard.
A blend of ancient oils, Exodus II is by far one of my favorite essential oil blends. A sweet, warm, cozy aroma filled with the oils of the Bible.
I hope you and your families have a blessed Christmas.