At Christmastime, all of the family members who were here for Thanksgiving return for Christmas Eve dinner. So, we have as many place setting for Christmas Eve as we do for Thanksgiving. We usually seat between 25 and 30.
I’m only sharing the last three years with you, so I won’t overload you with my Christmas tables. I may share some from previous years another day. I need to go back and look at how bad the photography was on those posts!
This is the breakfast room table in 2012. In 2012, our premature grandbaby was born right before Christmas. Our 1.14 pound grandson stayed in the hospital for four months, and I guess I never took pictures of our Christmas tables. By the way, some of you added your prayers to all of the prayers being said for our little grandson. Last week, he turned two years old, and this little miracle shows no signs of lagging behind other children his age. We are so blessed and will always be grateful for all of the prayers.
You may remember from, my Thanksgiving tablescape review, that 2011 was the year of mosaics on my blog!
If you would like to see the full post for any of these tables, just click on the photo of that table.
Looking back at these mosaics, I can’t believe I posted so many of them that year. Now, looking at them kind of makes me dizzy!