Christmas Baby Clothes

Christmas is a special occasion for many and special Christmas clothes for babies are often purchased, to celebrate this special holiday, with family and friends.

Popular Christmas clothes include suits for boys and dresses for baby girls. They are usually very smart looking and comfortable for your baby.

About The Christmas Holiday

Christmas, also referred to as Christmas Day, is an annual holiday celebrated on December 25 that commemorates the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. Christmas is celebrated throughout the Christian population, but is also celebrated by many non-Christians as a secular, cultural festival. Christmas was promoted in the Christian East as part of the revival of Catholicism following the death of the pro-Arian Emperor Valens at the Battle of Adrianople in 378. Christmas during the Middle Ages was a public festival that incorporating ivy, holly, and other evergreens. Christmas fell out of favor in the United States after the American Revolution, when it was considered an English custom.


The modern Christmas tree tradition is believed to have begun in Germany in the 18th century though many argue that Martin Luther began the tradition in the 16th century. These days, many more people also decorate garden trees or house walls with coloured electric lights, a habit which has long been popular in USA. Modern customs of the holiday include gift-giving, Church celebrations, and the display of various decorations—including the Christmas tree, lights, mistletoe, nativity scenes, and holly. Houses are also decorated and beneath the Christmas tree, families place a nativity scene or crêche with a unique style, representing Jesus, St. As in many East Asian countries, secular Christmas displays are common both in business establishments and in public, including lights, Christmas trees, depictions of Santa Claus (despite the warm climate), and Christmas greetings in English and Tagalog, as well as in Chinese and other Philippine languages and dialects.


The idea of Santa Claus existed before the Soviet Union and he named ( kaghand papik), but the Soviet Union had a great impact even on Santa Claus. Santa Claus (also referred to as Father Christmas, although the two figures have different origins) is a popular mythological figure often associated with bringing gifts at Christmas for children. Originating from Western culture, where the holiday is characterized by the exchange of gifts among friends and family members, some of the gifts are attributed to a character called Father Christmas (also known as Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas or St. Santa is generally believed to be the result of a syncretization between Saint Nicholas and elements from pagan Nordic and Christian mythology, and his modern appearance is believed to have originated in 19th century media. Santa Claus, known in Ireland simply as Santy or Daidí na Nollag in Irish, brings presents to children in Ireland, which are opened on Christmas morning. In Denmark, Santa Claus is known as Julemanden (literally "the Yule Man") and is said to arrive in a sleigh drawn by reindeer, with presents for the children.


Jesus' birth, known as the nativity, is described in the New Testament of the Bible. Jesus was born that night, and as they had no bed for him, they used an animal feeding box filled with the dry grass the animals ate. For many centuries, Christian writers accepted that Christmas was the actual date on which Jesus was born. In 1889, Louis Duchesne suggested that the date of Christmas was calculated as nine months after the Annunciation on March 25, the traditional date of the conception of Jesus. Christians consider Jesus to be the "sun of righteousness" prophesied in Malachi 4:2.


Christmas cards The custom of sending Christmas cards started in Britain in 1840 when the first 'Penny Post' public postal deliveries began. Christmas cards from different countries often show Mary, Joseph and Jesus in the landscape of that country, and with the racial appearance of that nationality, be it black African, Indian, or Japanese. The tradition of sending Christmas cards is widely practised in Australia; the price of a Christmas postage stamp is lower than that for a standard letter; senders are required to mark the envelope "Christmas card only" when using the lower priced stamps. Christians constitute approximately 3 percent of the population, In Christian households, cards and presents are exchanged.