December 5, 2018

PNW Tree Farm || Classic Christmas Songs


classic Christmas songs
Tradition of getting a fresh PNW Christmas tree started years ago when Steve and I would walk 8 blocks from the market to our apartment down town. Steve at the trunk, and myself at top (always!)  

We would get honked at and called, “the cutest” at least a dozen times during those years. For us, it was way easier than hauling our tree on top of the car.

Which I must say, feels extremely fun and festive to be have a fresh pine tree wrapped tightly on top of your car while sipping on a Starbucks peppermint mocha with Christmas music blasting. (Well, with Abby in the car our definition of “blast” is playing at a soft loud tone. ; ) 

If you’ve never ventured to try the Christmas tree farm experience, I highly recommend it! The smell, and bundling up in winter wear all while supporting a local farm are a just few of the highlights. Some farms like ours, had AMAZING food! So, we stayed awhile to ride the kiddie train and eat lunch. Plus, I think my favorite thing about the tree farm is having the opportunity to take sooooo mannnyyyy beautiful photos of your little one among the pine trees.

It was mama-razzi heaven. 

So here a few of my favorite photos from last weekend along with a list of my favorite classic Christmas songs. You can never go wrong with Frank Sinatra or Ella Fitzgerald to fill up a space with holiday spirit.

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classic Christmas songs

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 Abbys Outfit: Coat  ||  Boots sold out (these are similar)  ||  Pom pom hat  || My Outfit: Coat ||  Boots


I'm SO excited to share and take joy in the season with you! Stay tuned, lots of fun things happening for the blog and over in instagram soon to help make these days leading up to Christmas merry + bright!!!

Warmly, Steph

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