How do you like my tree? I never did get the lights in the middle working. Know what my mom did? She put another set of lights in the middle but after we put the ornaments on they stopped working too, along with the other dead set of lights still on the tree. Oh well, it still is lit so that's okay right? Now, the garland I let my 2 middle children do. They really really wanted to do it. They didn't do too bad, normally we have more garland & it's straighter but I think they did a good job. So this is our grand tree. Yippee, it's up finally at least. I think it's beautiful.
See how tricky I am? The first picture I cut off the bottom of the tree. Ha, tricked you!!!!!
Braxton has found much fun pulling the lights off the tree and all of the ornaments he can pull off too. Like my ladder? I'm wondering how long we will leave it there.... humm.... Do you like how all of my presents are scattered abroad. Bet you thought that was some great creative Christmas genius right? nope, just the 2 year old playing with the presents & making piles. He's unstoppable!!!
Okay, I need an intervention. Help me please. My tubs are sitting in the middle of my living room STILL. And they are full of stuff!!! At least I managed to get my mantle somewhat Christmased up. Does it count as Christmas decor if the stuff in the boxes falling out is Christmas stuff?
Braxton didn't want the hallway to feel left out on the whole Walkerpolozza Christmas Extravaganza so he decided to unwrap some presents & sprinkle wrapping paper on the floor. My boy is so thoughtful? Thinking out of the box he is, decorating the floor like that for us. Sweetie.
These are everywhere too!!!! Braxton is so clever to pull off ornaments from the tree and leave them all over our floor. Now even the floor is full of holiday cheer!!
Now I know what you're thinking? How can I ever achieve this great Holiday look. Well, because all of you are such great bloggy friends. Just leave me a comment & I will bring Braxton over to your home & you too can have this great look in your home. Hey, I'm not selfish. I want every one's home to look THIS GOOD.But first I have to be able to get out the front door. Oh, Braxton.