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Prelit Christmas Trees

November 30, 2011 by staff 

Prelit Christmas Trees, The weekend after Thanksgiving is a no holds bar moment to decorate for Christmas. In my family, it is a travesty to wait until Christmas Eve to put your tree up, so of course my tree promptly went up on Sunday. This Christmas is especially special because my children are a little older and becoming more aware of when the Christmas holiday is in full swing. My son is three and my daughter is one. So of course this is exciting and new for them even though this is not their first Christmas.

So I pull the Christmas tree out and my son’s face just lights up because he remembers what’s in that box. And he immediately says, “Yay! it’s Christmas! I love it Mommy! I love it.” And my daughter just ccks her head to the side with the look of concern regarding what we are doing with a tree in the living room. And so my son says to her, “It’s Christmas Eliana, It’s Christmas! Yay!” Even though she has no idea what he is talking about, she just repeats what he says with excitment. They are so cute. Both of them start jumping up and down one knowing how great Christmas is, the other just jumping for the sake of jumping.

As I begin to pull out their Christmas stockings with their names embroidered on each one, My son, who now knows how to spell his name, points to his stocking and says, “That spells Elias.” This amazes me because we’ve had his stocking for two years and now that he is older this old stocking suddenly becomes new to him.

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