Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Mini Christmas Tree

Every year, at the end of November we will be putting up our mini christmas tree.  It will be placed at the corner of our little hut :).  We did thought of buying a bigger tree but due to space constraint, we decided to be loyal to our mini christmas tree.

I bought this chrismas tree five years ago from a toys shop.  They were having some stock clearance and you wouldn't believe the price of my mini christmas tree.  It only cost me RM1 !  Super cheap, right?  I bought two trees, one at home and I put the other tree at my office.  Need to feel the christmas mood @ work too.

Here's our christmas tree after putting up all the decorations.  Lil prince have been pestering us for more christmas presents for his tree.  Last year, we bought some of his favourite foods (seaweed, biscuits and etc) and wrapped them up as christmas presents for him.  He loves it.  I guess he doesn't mind what presents he gets but it's the process of opening his presents.  It's also something we enjoyed watching when the kids open the presents and see their expression on their face ^__^.  You can see from the photo below that he has already started his collection.  Every morning, he wakes up, he will count how many presents he has under the tree!

This morning, he asked me "Mummy, can you wrapped more presents for me?" 

15 comments:

  1. Very nice! Kids are always excited with Christmas, Christmas trees and presents. Our Christmas tree is decorated with angry birds :D

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    1. Zoe,
      Angry birds on christmas tree? Good idea!

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  2. Nice!
    I hope to have a mini Xmas tree at home too! But no time to shop for one :(

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    1. Hayley,
      Get one next year. Aden will love it!

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  3. RM1!!!

    Yeah kids are like that. The best part is always unwrapping the presents :)

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    1. Merryn,
      Yes, RM1. I don't think I can find this price again.

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  4. That's the cheapest tree I've came across!

    I omit the tree but not the present. Worry about the same constraint as you do, the space is not enough. Usually I place the presents in large red socks :)

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    1. Yvonne,
      This year our red socks can't hold the pressies, we also put them under the tree :)

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  5. Your Christmas tree look so pretty. Makes me wanna get one and decorate too.

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    1. Mummy Gwen,
      I'm sure Gwen would love it.

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