I am so glad you have stopped by and I can’t wait to welcome you into our home.
I have loved home, making home and loving on the people I love for as long as I can remember.
The older I get the more I know…truly know…that loving on others and loving on my family is far better than a pretty home.
In this home you will find that art is made often, music is usually playing, a candle is burning, books are being read, the house is rarely really clean and I forget about dinner until around [4:30] each day.
More than anything I hope that our children remember how much they are deeply loved and accepted.
I hope they always carry with them their faith and how it will guide their steps all of their days.
I hope they will also know that a pretty house is nice but the people in that house are the best!
Welcome to our home.
Our whole family wishes you the most Merry Christmas!
It is so much fun to be included with such a talented group of women that love family and making home comfortable and beautiful!
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If you are stopping over from Four Generations Under One Roof I am so glad you are here. Jessica and her family create such a gorgeous home!
Go grab something to drink and I hope you will take a moment to look around.
I decorate pretty simple for the holiday and over the years my Christmas bins have gotten fewer and fewer.
I really love to pull the outdoors in and use what is easily available out my front door.
We decorate our tree as a family and at least this year the ornaments seem to be scattered out evenly.
We have had many years where the tree almost fell over from having it too weighted from the front or they were all really low.
This year we are hoping for the tree to stay up!
Last year we made an Acts of Service Advent Tree and we all loved it.
This year we are also going to use it again because it really helped our days to be more focused on others and not just what we were hoping to receive.
I had to throw this shot in because I play my record player all day long. It is one of my favorite things and brings me oodles of joy.
This on the other hand brings my husband joy:-)
During my fall house tour I created a drink cart out of my IKEA art cart.
I loved it so much I decided to do it again but this time make it a permanent part of the living room at least through the holidays.
Just a peek into our library. This is where we hold some of our books and the piano.
This is where my littlest loves to play on the floor and we all love it when the fire is going and it is toasty warm.
See that pillow?
That is from Craftberry Bush and her home is next!
We made the star our of twigs, tied them with string and strung copper lights from Anthro. It is truly one of my favorite pieces.
I use it year around all over the house.
The gorgeous Advent cards are from Naptime Diaries.
Go get yourself some twigs and twine and make yourself giddy happy.
For those of you that haven’t seen the kitchen since last year’s house walk I bet you can’t believe the difference.
We aren’t done yet but we are getting there. I hope we are getting there. Things take WAY long in this house to get finished. I like to say that we are fashionably late. Are you buying it?
One of my favorite things to change up each month is our hanging paper roll.
This month was inspired by the art work found HERE.
Pretty much one of my favorite Christmas songs! Beautiful and powerful song. THIS is one of my favorite versions.
This sign is from my dear friend House of Belonging. It is always a little hard to put this one away each year.
This is my studio and where I create and tape many of my online courses.
I love that this room used to be our dinning room and it is so close to the rest of the house and my family.
That is not always true…but most of the time.
I am so excited to tell you why this tree doesn’t have an ornaments on it yet.
We just started Unwrapping The Greatest Gift and each night in December the kids will decorate the “Jesse Tree” with ornaments we printed out.
We already have placed the first ornament on during our first night of Advent. It was thought provoking and meaningful.
I am excited to see what the Lord reveals to us over the next month.
I usually include more of our upstairs but I was taking photos the morning we were leaving for our Thanksgiving adventure trip and there was nothing up there you would want to see.
Please check out our previous Holiday House Walks so you will know that the bedrooms are cleaned every once in awhile!
Thank you so much for taking a look at out home all dressed up for Christmas.
Please come back again!
You are going to love, love the next home.
Have so much fun going through Lucy’s home at Craftberry Bush!
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