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Thread: More than one Christmas tree?

  1. #21
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    Sep 2011
    Lorain, Ohio, United States
    Last year, at my dad and step-mom's house, they had 6! There were 3 designer trees in pots (maybe as tall as me, I'm 5'7", from the bottom of the pot on the floor to the tip of the tree) in the living room, the dining room, and the family room. One was a tiny ceramic tree in the kitchen, there was a fiber optic table-top one in the entry-way, and then the HUGE tree in the basement - though no one could be bothered to decorate it! (When I still lived at home, the year before, there was 7 because I put up my 4 foot tree in my bedroom as well.)

    At my apartment, we just had one, my four-footer. This year though, we are getting a six foot tree, I'm really excited. I don't think we'll have more than one at our place though, because we live in a one bedroom apartment and we just don't have the space. Unless we put one out on the balcony... Hmm... lol

    Christmas isn't a season. It's a feeling. - Edna Ferber

  2. #22
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    London, UK (as of 2016!)
    My aunt always had the "Formal" tree upstairs in the living room, but the tree with all the presents was downstairs in the Rec Room.

    Last year I had I fake tree in my Bedroom and a Read Tree in the Living Room - it was PERFECT! :D More than one tree is great! Plus, it means I can put up the Fake one as early as I like (as we don't go to cut down the Real One till mid-December).

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