“Girls, will you please wish our readers Merry Christmas in your native languages?” PJ requested.
“I was born in Hawaii,” Breanna said. “We say Mele Kalikimaka. What do you say Catie?”
“In Louisiana, we speak many Cajun French dialects. My family says, Joyeux Noël.”
Harmonie and Janna chimed in together saying, “Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays.”
“I was born in Hawaii, like Breanna, but my mom is from Japan. So we say Meri Kurisumasu,” Coral added.
“As you can see here, even in America, we have different traditions. And, if you look world wide, there are many more. But, no matter how you celebrate, may it be wonderful!” PJ said.