That’s great @Sarall Thanks so much for sharing!!
I like how you added the name of the first eve: “Mother’s Night”. I think you could add some more labels. According to Germanic/Nordic folklore:
The second night is the Night of the Wild Hunt. Although the entire 12 days after Midwinter are considered the Wild Hunt, I think this is when it “officially” begins.
In Germanic traditions, the eve of the twelfth night is known as Perchta’s Day. Frau Perchta, also known as “the Christmas Witch” is depicted as a ghastly old crone. Specifically, it is believed that unless one eats a specific diet, Perchta will steal into the house and slit open your stomach.
In Norse traditions, the twelfth night is Oath Night.
In modern Ásatrú, there are different variations of the 12 Nights of Yule, but this is the common theme:
- Modranecht (Mother’s Night)
- Wild Hunt
- High Feast of Yule, sacred to Thor and Frey
- Sacred to Ægir, Njörðr & Freya (or sacred to the Vanir)
- Sacred to Community
- Sacred to Eir and Healing
- Sacred to Thor
- Sacred to Skadi & Ullr
- Sacred to Odin
- Sacred to Sunna & the Ancestors
- Sacred to the Goddesses & Valkyrie
- Oath Night
Here’s an even more modern reinterpretation for inspiration. From Wyrddesigns:
- Mother’s Night
- The Winter Solstice
- Virtue – Courage
- Virtue – Truth
- Virtue – Honor
- Virtue – Fidelity
- Virtue – Hospitality
- Virtue – Discipline
- Virtue – Industriousness
- Virtue – Self-Reliance
- Virtue – Perseverance
- Twelfth Night
Have a happy Winter Solstice!