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    Ours is still in its cardboard container... will get stuck on the wall around the 20th of December


    ..but this is what it looks like -

    http://www.tinyme.com.au/christmas/c...-wall-stickers

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    Ive got to get mine from my mum on monday, she has made us a felt xmas tree for on the wall complete with a heap of felt decorations

    Our 8mth old is crawling and already pulled down a friends tree last week so its not worth the hassle & danger factor.

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    The kids did a great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    Ive got to get mine from my mum on monday, she has made us a felt xmas tree for on the wall complete with a heap of felt decorations

    Our 8mth old is crawling and already pulled down a friends tree last week so its not worth the hassle & danger factor.
    Mr A wouldnt do such a thing would he lol.

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    I feel so unorganized this year.


    Married to my soul mate, Mummy to one beautiful little girl, wishing for a little boy to complete our family.

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    We have a 13 month old DD and she would destroy a tree within seconds so this year we brought a small table tree which she cannot reach. Thank god for the big 8 seater table we have.....room for the kiddies and a tree 1385816099305.jpg

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    I cant post a pic but our tree LOOKED great.... but thanks to the very naughty miss 21month old its ruined and literally only half decorated now. There are like a billion baul bauls floating around the house.

    AND we have a play pen around the bloody thing but do you think that stops her? NOPE. Little turd. Lol.

    So I shall subscribe to this thread and be jell of all your lovely fully decorated trees.

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    This is our tree. Just bought everything this year as I was waiting for the kids to be old enough to not pull it down. Still need to get a star for the top. Can't wait to wrap the pressies and put them under the tree but will be waiting for Xmas eve otherwise the kids will probably try to open them when I am not looking

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    Here's ours, still need to get about 5 million more presents and wrap up some big boxes to create a baby fence as she's VERY interested in it!

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