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    Default When do you put your Xmas tree away?

    Usually we go away at this time of year so the tree stays up until we get home. This year we are at home so not sure when to put it away.

    When do you put your tree away?

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    Usually within a few days after new years days.

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    I took mine down 2 days ago. I love Christmas but I was sick of looking at it!
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    Tomorrow.

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    Mine is still up - I'll probably pack it away on New Year's day.

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    I took mine down on the 27th cause i was sick of my toddler pulling off decorations and trailing them around the house

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    I try to do mine before New Years. Might do it today.

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    I did mine Boxing Day. Had to remove something from the room n I recon the kids would protest if it was their new toys lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    I took mine down 2 days ago. I love Christmas but I was sick of looking at it!
    We took ours down yesterday for the same reason!

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    No rules here- I don't want to believe Christmas is already over!! When I have the time- usually late January lol

    Though living with my anally retentive OCD MIL I'm surprised she hasn't packed it all away yet (even though it's my stuff) as she is obsessed with keeping the house clean and uncluttered


 

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