Our Christmas Tree decorating session with ornaments unboxing was so much fun as Kerrigan sings her December favorite songs!
My daughter sang about four different songs before I was able to decorate our entire tree with Christmas decors we got from SNR and Landers.
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Ever since my daughter started walking, I made it to the point that she takes a role in putting up and designing our Christmas Tree.
Our first tree was a hand-me-down in 2016 was from her Lola and Lolo. We used her toy blocks and small plushies to design that tree. It was also the first time I got her a car. It was a red sedan with handles for pushing and pulling her. After that year, we got used the same tree, and it was not until 2018 when we bought our first Christmas Tree. We shopped at S&R for a 7-foot Christmas Tree and planned on getting plushies for that kid-friendly Candyland vibe.
Our attempt to create a Candyland Christmas Tree
I bought clays and created candy canes with Kerrigan.
2018 Christmas Shopping at S&R
After having a send-off lunch for my brother, Kerrigan and I headed to the S&R and bought our first Christmas Tree.
This year we added lots of glitters and charm onto our tree. We’ll be adding other DIY Christmas decors too. It’s our way to lift up our spirits in spite of the things that happened this year.
Red, Green and White Tree
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As we mark our first anniversary in lockdown, it finally dawned on me the effects of this pandemic on the little ones. Will they miss out on opportunities to meet friends now that they’re stuck at home for more than a year?
Shopping for groceries used to be a happy bonding experience with my daughter a year ago. But these days, I’m going solo.