What do you think about putting the christmas tree up now?
I know I sound silly, but my husband and I couldn't afford a full size xmas tree for the first couple of years we were together. He got a much better job and now we have went ahead and bought the tree and all the ornaments. We have a 6.5 mth old and we are excited to celebrate it with him. We are both very attached to christmas memories of our childhood and really enjoy that time of year, so it was quite hard not to have all the decorations and stuff for those couple years. We feel like we are justified in decorating because of this reason. The tree can be seen from outside at night. Will our neighbours think we are crazy? Are we? (Please no answers of "who cares what others think", I know this but would still like to know what others think) I'm not American so I already had Thanksgiving weeks ago! lol
Asked By: Sexy_Bunny - 10/27/2006
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My boyfriend put his up a few days ago, him and his parents always do all of their christmas decorations on November 1st. A few years ago my parents and I were doing our outside Christmas lights on Halloween night because it was nicer weather than waiting another month or so, we didn't turn them on until later in the... More
Answered By: browneyes - 10/28/2006
Additional Answers (12)
I just put mine up today, Why not? I might leave it up all year.
Answered By: nicksparta - 10/27/2006
Do what makes you happy. Don't worry what other people may think
Answered By: Jules - 10/27/2006
YES! End October-November is the right time to start and ENJOY! I'm so happy for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Answered By: confussie - 10/27/2006
Yah putting it up now is a little premature...
Answered By: dumpllin - 10/27/2006
most people wait until after thanksgiving (assuming you're american). your neighbors may think it's odd if you put one up so early. but, if it makes you happy i would go for it.
Answered By: madhusudan - 10/27/2006
I've heard that a lot of people put a tree up about November 1st. Do what you want and if the neighbors say anything just tell them you're crazy...about Christmas.
Answered By: debidel417 - 10/27/2006
No, it's not crazy at all. Christmas is only less than a couple of months away.
Answered By: beetee - 10/27/2006
why not, theres people that don't take it down all year round.
Answered By: Rebel D. - 10/27/2006
I think it is too early. You are going to be a bit jaded by the time Xmas rolls around. It is better to wait and have a tree trimming event at the beginning of December.
Answered By: Reality check - 10/27/2006
It's only once a year, so enjoy it as long as you can. It wouldn't bother me. You will have that done, and have more time for all the other things you will have to do for Christmas.
Answered By: fasteddie807 - 10/27/2006
I would suggest that this is rather early for the Christmas tree. Putting it up too early takes away the anticipation, the delayed gratification. Your 6 month old child does not know the difference anyway... More
Answered By: Tim M - 10/27/2006
Why not, go for it.
Answered By: David D - 10/28/2006
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