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These are the Fun and Sometimes Wacky Tradiciones de Navidad We Love

Latinos party harder than most, especially during the Christmas season when festivities run from the day after Thanksgiving til mid-January. That’s eight weeks of partying!!! Doing things like…

Misa de Aguinaldo

Who does it?: Puerto Ricans

Misa de Gallo

Who does it: Bolivians and other Spanish-speaking Roman Catholic countries in Latin America

#misadegallo ???

A photo posted by Iamlonmar Jhay (@iamlonmar) on

Parrandas de Navidad

Who does it: Mexicans, Dominicans, Puerto Ricans

#parrandadeNavidad #aguinaldos #comotodoslosaños

A photo posted by Carolina Valderrama. (@carolavald) on

Posadas

Who does it: Mexicans, typically

Baby Jesus Display

Who does it: Puerto Ricans

BABY JESUS IS ALLOWED TO BE EXCITED ABOUT STAR WARS VII TOO, MOM.

A photo posted by Claire Mulitsch (@clairemulitsch) on

Nativity Scene Display

Who does it: Any Spanish-speaking, Roman Catholic, Latin American who wants to!

#Navidad #Nacimiento #Guatemala

A photo posted by Juan Carlos Garcia (@unorthodoxgt) on

Las Octavitas

Who does it: Puerto Ricans

Trulla time #LasOctavitas

A video posted by Mireya (@ayerimrl) on

Día de los Reyes Magos

Who does it: Puerto Ricans, Dominicans, Mexicans, Venezuelans and more!

#diadelosreyesmagos #threekings San Cristobal, Chiapas

A photo posted by David Saunders (@wildgingerfire) on

La Rosca on Dia de Los Reyes Magos

Who does it: primarily Mexicans & Spaniards

Discúlpenme Reyes Magos, no podía esperar hasta Enero ??????? #rosca #roscadereyes #rica

A photo posted by Jorge Vallejo (@joorgevallejoo) on

Drinkin’ Coquito!!!

Who does it: Erybody boo!!! Erybody. OK, Puerto Ricans.

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