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Should I risk a Christmas Tree this year?!

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NickMyLipple Sat 02-Dec-17 09:46:34

I've an 18 month old boy and a very playful approx. 9 month old girl. They're lively, but tend to play very nicely with eachother.

We didn't have a tree last year because Dennis was so young but we now have another youngster and I'm not sure if I should risk It?

Will I just pick the thing up from the floor every day?

FjorGynAndHotWater Sat 02-Dec-17 10:34:45

My girls are nearly 7 months and I'm risking it! In fact having two trees fgrinfgrin but the will both be real ones so I'm foolishly
hoping the prickly needles will put them off... but the precious glass baubles (which only came out of the loft last year because the DC are older now) will be staying off the tree this year.

Gingernaut Sat 02-Dec-17 10:45:44

A trio of suggestions from some lazy copy and paste articles from the Daily Fail.

FjorGynAndHotWater Sat 02-Dec-17 11:18:52

Hahaha <cries> I'm sure it won't come to that...

Gingernaut Sat 02-Dec-17 12:01:26

Google images of cats pets Christmas trees and there are strange options including wall hangings, a 'fake' Christmas tree for the pets, hanging the tree upside down from the ceiling and putting the tree outside (indoor cats).

NickMyLipple Sat 02-Dec-17 12:20:18

I'm going for it!!! I'm getting a fake one with the lights already on it so if it is pulled over it's easy to pick up!

FjorGynAndHotWater Sat 09-Dec-17 20:34:19

How have you got on lipple? Have you had to pick the tree up 50 times already???

NickMyLipple Sat 09-Dec-17 21:10:26

Tree has been fine- it's just a bajillion decorations on the floor every morning!

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