Let's talk traditions, shall we?
Growing up, my siblings and I had this tradition of all sleeping in the same bed on Christmas Eve. Yes, all four of us would pile in together and try our very best to go to sleep as quickly as possible. I will never forget the year we all piled into my brother's bunk beds. Two on the top, two on the bottom. Forgetting that I was on the top bunk, I totally rolled off, onto the floor, while my parents were videotaping! It was both humiliating and painful. *lol*
One thing I don't remember doing on Christmas morning was eating breakfast. I think that was because once all of the present opening was complete, my mom and dad immediately went into the kitchen to get everything ready for the big dinner while my sibling and I got cleaned up to visit our family. There really was no time to stop and make breakfast, but I have to admit, I think that a traditional family breakfast after gifts would have been lovely.
So when I got married, I decided that I wanted a special breakfast on Christmas morning to be a part of our traditions. I like to keep things simple, and my French Toast Casserole is perfect for this because everything can be assembled the night before, and all you have to do on Christmas morning is bake it off!
You won't believe how simple it is so let's get started!