When do you put up your Christmas decorations?
I like to put mine up about the week before Thanksgiving. Some people think this is too early, but I know of others who put their decorations up at the beginning of November. What do you think?
actually, I put up the decorations like... a week before Christmas! Sometimes maybe a couple of weeks, I don't like to be too early.
Funny you should ask this question...I completely forgot how close to December we already are. I suppose for me it would be nice to do it the day before Thanksgiving, make a two for out of the whole deal.
We put them up two weeks before Christmas then take them down two weeks after, not quite sure why but my mum stills swears that's how it's meant to be as it follows some tradition
I put mine up the first week of December. That way I can enjoy them for an entire month.
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