How to get a Christmas tree in London without a car


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We have carried a lot of Christmas trees in our time (I loved this one in Toronto very much) but I have to say that this was the first time I have ever ridden the tube with one. A few weeks ago we took our very grumpy poorly baby our to buy his very first Christmas tree. I had been looking forward to this day for quite some time but as you can see, he wasn’t very impressed. I think he loved Christmas tree shopping about as much as the beach. Over the last few weeks he has slowly warmed to it and I might go so far as to now call them friends. Either way, I am very impressed at my husband for lugging a 25 pound baby and an much-bigger-than-planned tree home on the tube.

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We have a habit of keeping our trees up way longer than is considered appropriate but I have a feeling that our small crawling creature might force this one to have an early exit. Thank you lovely tree. It was a good little advenuture we had with you.


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