Today I am going to share my tree!
(note: I REALLY need to charge the camera battery....phone pics are getting old! and worse every time!)
The picture above is our topper. It is a wirey/viney snowflake type star. We bought it at the Christmas Place in Pigeon Forge.
The view from across the room.
Our tree is usually a little better "fluffed" but I gave out on that pretty quickly this year.
I love our fake tree. I think it has a real look to it...and prelit is wonderful!
For the first time, the kids helped decorate it this year. For the past couple of years they've had their own trees in their room but that was another chore that got passed over this year due to energy level, so they helped to decorate the big tree. Needless to say it's a little "middle" heavy. I tried to not intervene. I had already placed a lot of the matching ornaments, and they came in to put their own ornaments on the tree after that. My mom has a tradition of buying them each an ornament every year based on what activities they've been involved with over the past year. She also buys us one for the family. If not for that, we would have way less on the tree! ha ha! I don't know what happened to all the stuff we used to have.
An assortment of the crafty ornaments and others...
The snowman handprint ornament craft I love!
They really crammed them on there together! ha ha.
Noah's first Christmas ornament. It's a bunny sleeping in a silver mug.
This picture is horrible, it just wouldn't turn out. It's Katie's first Christmas ornament. It has a picture of her in it. She wasn't quite two months old.
And because I can't get the type to work right on this post: The picture below is the Princess Leia ornament. She's hanging out with Mr. Snowman for the season.
A pretty easy first day on the Christmas Share! ha ha.
I guess it will be a tradition now for the kids to add their ornaments to the big tree.
One of the most relaxing things in the world to me is sitting in our living room with only the tree lights on...Christmas music playing...just being together.
What are you going to share today?