Post No.778 Cutting Down Our Christmas Tree

I share a lot on this blog about things going on in the shop, but from time to time I like to put up some of the happenings in our family life as well. This post is really special for me to share with you today as it captures a cherished day in our lives.  A while ago I had heard about a train ride at Fillmore and Western Railway that takes you to a Christmas Tree farm where you can chop down your own tree. This was a totally new experience for us and we thought it would be lots of fun for our little guys – so we bought our tickets!  Our friends Danielle and Kevin of The Why We Love came aboard with us that day and captured the details of our quest to find the perfect tree in these beautiful photos and Super 8 video. We are SO lucky to know them and are completely in love the creative way they captured our experience. Their style of photography is so “us” and it’s such a treat for us to have our family portrait in motion!!  They added a few additional pictures to their blog as well right here. A huge thanks to them for them for being beyond amazing and to Cyd for her sweet post.

xo

*A

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{photos by The Why We Love}

6 thoughts on “Post No.778 Cutting Down Our Christmas Tree

  1. That’s really cool that they have something like that around here. What a fun experience! Looks like a nice tree! I hope you’ll share pics when it is decorated. :)

  2. so sweet! can’t believe i missed this when you posted it originally. hope that 2013 is treating the woollens well! xxoo!

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