I'm pumped that I can listen to Christmas music now without getting grief from people. We had a great Thanksgiving, but now we can fully focus our merriment on the Christmas season. Yes!
This weekend we decked our halls and decorated our tree.
And because I can't get enough, I had to draw Ransom his own cardboard Christmas tree to decorate. (I maybe helped a little).
And then I had to draw you your own Christmas tree to color.
My favorite part of that drawing is the angel on top. It's inspired by the angel that tops our tree. I bought it at a thrift store in Denton, TX 8 years ago for Ryan and I's first Christmas tree.
Oh, and speaking of Christmas trees -- I was awoken in the middle of the night to ours crashing down! It had toppled over. I guess because it's a real tree and so it's a bit asymmetrical... Hopefully it doesn't happen again! And thankfully only two ornaments were smashed.
You won't have to worry about that with my coloring sheet. Just paper cuts. I plan on coloring mine while watching a Christmas movie. I think it would also be a fun activity for a family Christmas gathering.
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