Woman reveals she’s already put her Christmas tree up & decorated her home so her kids can ‘enjoy it longer this year’

A WOMAN has revealed how she’s already put her Christmas tree up and decorated her home – despite it being October.

Tracey Geach, from Cornwall, shared photos of her very festive lounge, which includes the tree decked out with silver and purple baubles and ribbon. 

Draped on her TV stand is purple tinsel, and the family’s large advent calendar and Christmas gonk is already out on display. 

She even has a snowman-themed door and has set up her Elf on the Shelf toys ready for some mischief.

To finish off the yuletide look, Tracey also has large Santa and soldier models on the floor.


Speaking of her celebrating Christmas three months early, she said: “Why not enjoy Xmas for longer! They’re only young once.”

Tracey insisted that her kids don’t get tired of her decorating in October, and told Fabulous: “The children don’t get bored, they love it.

“I get the Christmas spirit from my mum. 

“She’s always put hers up extra early as my dad left us all Christmas Eve when we were babies so my mum played both roles and what an amazing job she’s done, she’s our superhero.”

She still lets her kids celebrate Halloween despite jumping straight to the Christmas decorations, and said some trick or treaters even come to the door saying “Merry Christmas”.

Many people were very torn about Tracey decorating so soon, with many saying they’d be “bored” by December 25. 

One said: “I absolutely love Christmas with my whole heart but if my decs go up for more than 2 weeks it gets to boxing day and I want to take them down.”

Another added: “We are only 2 weeks into autumn though, if you want to add some excitement why not celebrate with decorating to suit the current season?”

However, one loved the idea, and said: “I think we should all do more of what makes us happy.”

We previously shared how putting your Christmas decorations up NOW makes you happier – experts say so.

And these were the best & worst celeb Christmas decor from last year, from Luisa Zissman’s ‘chaotic’ effort to Michelle Keegan’s chic ‘winter wonderland’.

    Source: Read Full Article