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We have a normal sized tree in our sunroom where the gifts go, and a mini tree in the entry way that I used to keep in my dorm room, haha. We use that tree for St. Nick's Day
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Last year we put up 3, one 6.5 ft tree in the living room, one 7.5 tree in the red room and one 3 ft tree in the bay window. I plan on the same for this year.
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Last year we had three christmas trees, 3, 6.5 and 7.5 foot tall. We started talking about possible doing a fourth tree this year, another 6.5 footer, either doing a kids decorated tree or a Disney themed tree.

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We have one full sized tree and three small ones. The full sized one's in the living room, then one small tree in the dining room, one in the entryway, and one in our bedroom. I'd like to put a tiny rosemary tree in the kitchen, if I can find a place.
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