Oh Christmas Tree

Ahhhh…can you smell that? No? It’s the smell of a freshly cut tree in our house. Honestly the smell of fresh pine takes me to my happy place. My childhood or something. Christmas is here! Squeeeeeeeeeee!

The gals and I went to a Christmas Tree farm not far from here this afternoon and walked around choosing “the” one and when we did? We cut that sucker down. Chucked it in the car. Got it home. And decorated the hell out of it.

As Daisy said “Santa is going to DIE when he sees this!”

And I think he just might.


  1. Gorgeous! And there’s nothing more special than a decorated house. And there’s nothing that gets you into the Christmas spirit more than a tree. A. Real. Tree.

    Of course, I don’t actually HAVE one of those. But yours is so pretty. xx

  2. It’s gorgeous and I love the thought of a kidlet saying “santa’s going to die when he sees this” so so cute! *s*

  3. Squeal! You’ve nailed it, Beth. Just brilliant. I am so in love with your room right now ☺. J x

  4. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep Christmas is almost here. ( Those words make me flutter with excitment)

  5. Wow Beth – your house has become such a HOME in such a short time. So beautiful. Its a credit to you. Enjoy your first Christmas and filling all that space with joy and happiness. x

  6. Looks so gorgeous and cozy. xxx


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