Thursday, December 24, 2015

Merry Christmas Eve!

Hello friends! I hope you are all having a lovely week so far. I can't believe it is already Christmas Eve! Where has 2015 gone?! Today I wanted to share some pictures from our home to show you what Christmas looks like at the Littlejohn's. 

I also wanted to take a quick minute to thank you all for reading my blog and supporting me in this new journey. I hope to make 2016 a great year for this little space of mine and I hope you'll join me for that journey. I also just wanted to take a second out of my busy day to remind ya'll (and myself, really) what this season is about.

It is so easy to get wrapped up in the activities and gifts of this season that we forget what it is really all about. We need to take a minute to stop and think about God sending His son to this world to save us all from our sins. The perfect, unblemished, Holy and blameless child of God was sent to us to bear our sins so that we may live in eternity with our God. WOW. Take a minute to soak that all in and realize that God loves you that much

So here is a sneak peak into the Littlejohn house this time of year. If you have any questions about decor please comment or shoot me an email and I'll be glad to tell you! 

This tree is at the end of the hall upstairs. It has mainly blue, pink, and purple ornaments with some red snowflakes to really brighten it up!

This little set up is on the counter in our hall bath that my mom and I share.

I LOVE our Christmas dishes. Mom has had them for years and they are so simple but so beautiful.

These are the little things we have placed on the stereo speakers right next to our fireplace.

Our big Christmas tree. I love it because although it isn't real, some of its branches look like they are real. 
(Dad is allergic to real trees so we can't have one in the house)

This is our white tree downstairs. It is adorned with all gold or clear ornaments and gold ribbon. Out faux fur tree skirt is new this year and I LOVE IT!

Our fireplace with stockings hung by the chimney with care! And an up-close of the greenery on the mantle.

And finally, our dining room table. My mom says she's no good at decorating but clearly that is not a bit true!

I wish you all a very Merry Christmas! I pray God blesses you with lots of love and laughter with your friends and family! And I pray for safe travels for anyone traveling during this busy holiday season! 

Thanks for stopping by!


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