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    More than one Christmas tree?

    Does anyone ever put up more than one Christmas tree? We used to have 2 when I was growing up....I always thought it was odd. Just wondering if anyone else did the same?

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    I've always lived in small spaces, so we've only one 3ft tabletop tree. But I do love the new extra thin, tall ones they've recently come out with. More than one tree would be a lovely idea.

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    Sometimes use more than one tree. Large one in living room and a 4 footer in den. My 2 daughters also put up small trees in their bedrooms!
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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    We put up one big tree in livingroom ( nowhere as big as crazymike's...)
    One tree in kitchen, one on the landing and one in the hallway..the more the
    merrier..
    Merry Christmas to all...




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    We use one in the living room and I also have one in my bedroom.

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    I've only ever had one tree, but if I had the time, money, space, and patience, I'd love to put up another! Maybe a themed tree.

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    We had a 2nd, smaller one in the basement play room. I told my 4 year old he could decorate that one any way he wanted. He was re-arranging things on that tree almost daily. He was quite upset when the Christmas stuff got taken down and packed away. I suppose we will have the same thing for the next several years while the boys are little.

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    Absolutely!!! We have one tree in my boy's room. It's about 4ft and he uses it as a night light...that one is up all year around. We buy a live tree in November (as soon as the tree shipments come in). Usually it's an 8-9 ftr. I then have one artif. tree for every room in the house during Christmas, usually 2-3 on the lawn! The more the merrier!
    A Very Merry Christmas to all!

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    Growing up in Pennsylvania we always had live trees that we planted in the spring. Some of those trees are huge.

    After getting married I've only done artificial trees. I don't like my house burning down, or cleaning up the needles, and I like to keep the tree up from Thanksgiving through New Years.

    For the longest time my wife wanted multiple trees, but I pushed back. Then my girls got a little older and each wanted a 2' tree for their rooms. Then my wife got her wish and we bought a white tree for the game room.

    So that brings us to our current count of 4. Actually we have more, but we only put up 4, so far.

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    When I was growing up, we had the official Christmas tree in the living room, and another tree in the family room that was just a decoration.

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