If you are anything like my family this time of year you are dealing with
an annual sickness. It never fails. Every year around
this time my kids get sick and then we all get sick.
After awhile you are great at diagnosing the problem.
My family has been on and off sick for about two months now.
As I was sitting in my lazy boy tonight holding my sick 2 year old
I started to wonder what else I can do to help her feel better.
I decided to get online and do some searching. I found a few good tips
that I wanted to share. I have not tried any of them yet.
I am going to take my daughter to the doctor on Monday if she does not
start feeling better.
Here are a few easy steps you can take to care for your beautiful Christmas tree.
Picking a Christmas tree is very important to the tree lovers in your family.
Here are a few easy steps you can take to keep your tree looking good for as long as
1. If you have a choice to cut a fresh one or buy a pre cut tree it is best to cut it yourself.
Cutting the tree yourself ensures that you have a fresh tree that will make it through the
holiday season without losing all its green.
2. If your only choice is to pick from a group of per-cut trees stay away from the ones
that have started to turn brown. This is a sign that they were cut awhile ago and may not last long.
3. If you have cut your tree be sure to get it in water within 8 hours of cutting it down. After 8 hours
the tree may not suck up the water like it should. If you bought a pre cut tree you should shave
off about 1/2 an inch. on the end to help it take in water.
4. Check the water level in your tree daily. If it is low fill it. If the tree is not taking up
any water you might have the tree too far down in the stand. The water might be having a hard time
5. Make sure your tree is not around any flames or electrical devices. Be sure to give your tree
lots of room. Make sure you turn off all the lights before you go to bed or leave the house.
You don't want to take any chances. They are very flammable trees.
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