This month is so full and busy for us. There’s more celebration packed into it than we hardly know what to do with, BUT it is wild joy. Both of our babies were born near Christmas, two years and three days apart. So we have birthday festivities amongst all the Christmas festivities. Between holiday parties, family gatherings, parades, gingerbread house making, extra church celebrations, etc., we find ourselves having to be pretty intentional about how to slow down and savor this month and all it holds! We can get overworked, exhausted and irritable in a hurry if we aren’t careful.
With every weekend packed for the whole month of December, we headed out into the freezing cold on November 30th to chop down our Christmas tree. If it didn’t happen then, it just wouldn’t have happened. Both babies were pretty sick so we were in and out as quick as could be.
A little tree farm we just love.
^ showing me her ribbon to tie on the tree ^
^ can you tell I love this red barn?? ^
^ so sick and yet smiling, as usual ^
^ found the one ^
^ and busy right away with decorating ^
A tree inside all covered in lights and color and memories makes us all so happy!