Am I the only one who feels like one month of Christmas decorations is not nearly enough time? So I tend to start decorating early.. like as early as hubby will let me.. which is usually slightly before Thanksgiving. I was spoiled growing up with a Grandma who owned a Christmas tree farm but Ben had never actually cut down his own tree before so that was our plan this year.When we arrived at the tree farm, we grabbed a saw and headed out to the fields to find our perfect tree. We searched and searched and found the most horribly shaped trees ever! It was such a let down because there was no way we were cutting down one of those trees but, thankfully, they had a large supply of beautiful pre-cut trees. So my mountain man didn’t get to cut down his Christmas tree but still carried it around like a champ.Despite the lack of trees to cut down, the farm was still really cute and complete with a gift barn, wreaths and garland, lots of places for photos, a snack truck and free hot chocolate and warm apple cider.This is our first Christmas season in our new home and it feels so special. Every corning is decorated with sparkling lights and trees, we almost always have a fresh supply of cookies baked and it’s so cozy.