As I type the title of this post, I can’t help but wonder where the phrase, “Trim the Tree” came from. Did it literally mean to trim the branches in someway or did the “trim” have a different connotation as some point. Must make it a point to look that up…..
Charlie Brown Cedar Tree Dr. Seuss tree has now been gussied up and ready to flaunt its fineness for all to see. This posted is a little heavy on the pics. Bear with me.
This is how we started. A little bit of leftover dinner on your face is necessity to trim a tree. Don’t you know?
Mae was big help with the lights……
Until she wasn’t……………..
Little Bit decided at some point a diaper was not needed for decorating…….
Homemade ornaments galore……What is tree without a light bulb angel?
This one gets a chuckle out of me every year……
Well..for a first time decorating event with 19th month old it didn’t turn out too shabby!
Eddie isn’t quite sold on the Dr. Seuss, scrappy cedar idea but I am in love with it. There is nothing written anywhere that a tree has to be cookie cutter designer masterpiece. The more character the better as far as I am concerned.
Did something a little different with the buffet this year. Got the old burlap and white lights out and gave it a go.
Mae is pretty impressed with Santa!
Merry Christmas All!