A Christmas Tree for Grandma & Grandpa’s House

There’s no such thing (at least in my mind) as too much Christmas Spirit.  After conquering our living room last weekend, this weekend we helped my parents (aka – soon-to-be Grandma & Grandpa) get into the spirit…

We ventured out in the rain and after walking past a whole bunch of duds, we finally found a great tree for their living room.  After almost losing it on the way home (Travis may or may not have forgotten to tie it TO the car…no big deal), we made it back successfully…tree in tact…thank goodness.

Here are some images of our adventure!

7x7xMommy

Belle was very excited to join us for the tree gathering
Little Momma (aka – Grandma! or Reindeer…)
Actually a true statement…
We finally found one!
We were working very hard too…
Belle got a little soaked…
On our way back to their house

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8 Responses

  1. >Very lovely photos. Next Christmas, you will have a little someone else to celebrate with.

  2. >Had a bit of a chuckle at the thought of you guys almost losing the tree! Belle is so cute, looks like she had loads of fun!

  3. >I love you & your Mom's festive head gear! Perfect look for hunting up an awesome Christmas tree.

  4. 7x7xMommy says:

    >I cannot WAIT for next Christmas! Abby will be able to help us pick out the perfect tree! 🙂 And thanks for the feedback, ladies…we had a great time and it's truly one of my favorite traditions!

  5. { E } says:

    >Aw! I love your hat! You look like a very hot Santa!

  6. Anonymous says:

    >Hi wow, what a fantastic tree farm! Care to share where it was??thanks!

  7. 7x7xMommy says:

    >Sure thing! It was the Skyline Tree Farm up on Skyline Blvd…up Page Mill Road from Palo Alto…I wish I had a link to share!

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