It's Sunday, so I was having a nap at home.
My daughter said to me, "Make me a Christmas tree."
My wife added, "There is a cedar tree in the garden that is just right size for Christmas tree, so can you cut it!?"
I took my body out from Kotatsu table and went outside the house without my will.
(Kotatsu is a Japanese table with a built-in heater. It got a blanket that covers all four sides and keeps the heat underneath.)
I checked the cedar that grew naturally in the garden was the perfect size for the Christmas tree.
I could have cut it myself, but I asked my daughter to cut it for education.
Probably this was the first experience for her to cut a tree. It took her about 10 minutes to do so.
Screw plywood under the cut cedar.
Take the Christmas tree base to home and decorated it.
After decorating, my daughter was writing a letter to Santa.
My daughter's wish was written as "I want a blue camera.".
Ans my daughter wrote everyone's wishes as well as practicing writing.
For me "Time"
For wife "Money"
For her brother 1 "Snacks"
For her brother 2 "No falling plate."
The brothers' wishes were decided by my daughter without asking them. Because they can not talk yet.
Me "No falling plate??"
My daughter " It's because he often drops dishes from the table." lol
So, Santa Claus, please take care of our wishes!!
This is the way to make a natural-style Christmas tree.
Why don't you make a Christmas tree with trees growing nearby?
I think it eco-friendly.
You can kill two birds with one stone by pruning a tree in your garden and making a Christmas tree.