Friday, November 30, 2012

Getting a Christmas Tree

This year is the earliest I have ever had a Christmas tree I think.  We went Friday after Thanksgiving to cut down a tree. I guess you would call it 'Black Friday Christmas tree shopping" There was a lot of trees to pick from they were all so pretty.  We go to I have been going there since I was maybe 2ish.  I have had a real tree for more than 25 years of my life.  I love them.  There isn't anything like a real tree!!!

I think we are officially done Christmas shopping. I finished all my shopping on Cyber Monday. Got a lot of free shipping stuff and good deals. We got Jamie a bunch of Minnie Stuff and a powered Car( I can't wait to see her in that thing)

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Jamie will be 19 months in a couple of weeks. I can't believe it.  She has been so GOOD around the Christmas tree.  Hasn't touched any of the ornament or bothered any of the other Christmas decorations.  She is talking a lot. Not complete sentences but words and a couple of statements "lets see" "mine" "whats that" "outside"she is so funny!!!

Happy Last day of November

1 comment:

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