The 5pr46u3s | Thanksgiv…CHRISTMAS!!!!
This here household may or may not be obsessed with Christmas. We are not those people that go crazy over decorating their yard… but then again we don’t have a yard. Anyways, pictures first, then story time!
The very first picture is Addison’s thanksgiving day outfit. I know, she looked adorable. That was the only picture we took on thanksgiving day since we were all busy stuffing our faces… see what I did there? The next day we got down to some picture taking goodness, and started our first family tradition: Killing Trees }:)
I want to give a shout out to McCromes Christmas Tree Farm on Rt. 155 in Dover. I highly recommend them if you want to cut down your own local tree in Dover. Tell them I sent you, it wont get you anything, I just felt like saying it.
Kate and I are so glad that Christmas time is back once again. We seriously get all giddy and childish during this time of year. It is a little scary.
Thanksgiving went amazing! We had a lot of great food and got to spend a lot of time with our family and friends. I hope all of you had a great thanksgiving as well! An interesting topic of conversation recently has been on starting our own family traditions and when we should start them. I definitely want to have our own Thanksgiving-Christmas-Holiday traditions, but I feel weird forcing them while our child still has no concept of… well… anything. Part of me wants to do our own little family thing but I also still cling to my childhood traditions which are hard to let go of. Cutting down our first Christmas tree as a family was a great place to start though. It was something that Kate and I had already started doing over the last 8 years of being together. I would love to be able to tell you that Addison loved it and smiled the whole time… but she was busy catching some Zs. Seriously though, who cares when she looks that adorable!
So we shall see when it will be time for us to start our own Christmas Eve/Day traditions. But for now we will stick with the standard operation procedure. Any slightly more experienced Moms and Dads out there that have any advice on this? When did you break off from going to your parents house for Christmas day and start your own family Christmas tradition?
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daniel. kate. addison.
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