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A Little Christmas Home Tour

Welcome to a little Christmas tour of our home!  

I'm so glad you've dropped by.  We are busy at our home preparing for
Christmas.  Our days are filled with baking and candy making, shopping, 
sending and receiving cards, crafting, playing, and lots of holiday spirit!

I always enjoy Christmas home tours and am honored that you've come by
for ours as well.  If you've visited in previous years, you likely won't
see a lot of new things.  I love holiday traditions and am very sentimental
about my decor (my family just loves it when I wax poetic about all of
my favorite  I've tried to photograph some things from 
different angles and focus a little more on details for you though.  


{our front room~we call it "the library"}

{our family room} 

{the kitchen}

{our learning room} 

{Mr. B's tree} 

{The Princess' tree}

{the master bedroom}

Thank you so much for stopping by!  
I hope you're enjoying the holiday season~blessings!

{this post is linked to The Nester's Christmas Tour of Homes}

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Your tree is GORGEOUS!!!

Don't you just love tree lights reflecting in the window?!!!

Love all the JOY décor as well!
@Bugs and Sunshine~

Thank you so much for dropping by and for your sweet comment! And, yes, I do love the reflection of the tree lights:) My Christmas trees make me smile!

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