Christmas has officially begun at our house. My granddaughter Nevaeh put the angel on the tree.
I have to admit the last few years were rather lacking in Christmas Spirit for me, but seeing the wonder in Nevaeh’s eyes brought it all back.
There is something special about seeing Christmas through a child’s eyes, seeing the lights reflected there.
I wasn’t too sure about a white tree, my daughter’s choice, but now that I see it all together I think it’s lovely. I’ll still go for more traditional though.
Hope everyone had a great turkey day. Those of you here in the US. Hope the rest had a great day wherever you are.
Thanks to new and old followers.
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