Back to 2017 – Ahead to 2019
General photos first – details for each tree later down the page. Overall, we had 30 trees this year. (The new ones are #29 and #30 in this list.)
Wide view of the upstairs.
Another view of the upstairs.
On the other side of the upstairs hallway.
Overall view in the dining room.
Trees on the left side of the room.
Table with little trees and Mr & Mrs Claus.
My grandmother’s nativity.
Panorama of the family room.
Downstairs entry trees.
Counting down the days.
Front entry way.
Can’t forget our Cheektowaga roots!
Let’s take a trip upstairs for a more detailed view of the trees.
[#1] The 4.5 ft silver tree with rainbow ornaments – view from the stairs.
Same tree (4.5 ft silver) with rainbow ornaments – also Rainbow Brite and Care Bears. This tree is lit by a color wheel.
[#2] Lt. Blue 4 ft full of games and toys – this view shows the snowman ornaments that were a series that started when our son was born – 1 each year so far.
Another view of the “memories of childhood” tree
One last view of that same tree.
[#3] Lt. Blue 6 ft. with blue lights – all blue ornaments (view 1)
Blue with blue lights and ornaments (view 2)
Lt. Blue tree in place.
[#4] Black tree (4.5 ft.) silver ornaments view 1.
Black tree (view 2)
Black tree lit up (clear lights)
[#5] Purple tree (4.5 ft) with purple lights. My first “tree of a different color”.
This is a picture Eric took of me decorating.
[#6] Pink tree (5 ft.) with pink ornaments view 1.
View 2 of the pink tree.
Pink tree showing pink lights and tree topper that projects snowflakes onto ceiling.
[#7] Dk. pink tree (4 ft.), pink lights, purple ornaments. We have a picture from each year of our daughter standing next to this tree right outside her room.
[#8] Black to silver ombre tree (4 ft.), clear lights, almost exclusively Barbie ornaments.
View 2 of the black ombre tree.
[#9] Lilac tree (6 ft.) this half has lime green ornaments.
This half has lilac/purple ornaments.
A view of where they meet in the middle.
[#10] Wizard of Oz tree view 1.
View 2 of the Wizard of Oz tree.
[#11] Small tree in our daughter’s room full of her favorite things.
Pink (3 ft.) [#12] and Lilac (3 ft.) [#13] trees in our room with clear lights, gold and silver ornaments respectively.
[#14] Coming back downstairs we have the gold tree with clear lights. This tree has a lot of ornaments with fur.
In photos, it is easier to see ornaments on this one without the lights.
The other side of the gold tree unlit.
[#15] Black tree (4 ft.) with clear lights and Star Wars ornaments. This one usually lives in my office, but is vacationing at home with us this year.
[#16] Into the family room, we find the 3.5 ft Candy Cane tree with green ornaments.
[#17] This is a 7 ft. white tree with red and green lights. It has red and green ornaments
Closer view of the ornaments on this tree. The Strawberry Shortcake ornaments you can see in this photo smell like the dolls used to. It is very powerful when you get close to the tree.
Other closeup of the ornaments.
[#18] White tree (3 ft.) with clear lights and penguin ornaments.
[#19] Rainbow tree (7 ft.) with coordinating colored ornaments.
[#20] What one could call our “main tree”, the one the presents go under for Christmas morning is a 7 ft blue spruce with teal, purple, and white lights. This also is the ornament color scheme.
In this closeup view, there is a Santa ornament in the lower left that once bought (15 or so years ago) served as the entire inspiration for the color scheme and theme of the tree.
Closeup view of the other side of the tree.
Moving into the dining room, we have the 4 ft red with red lights which is a Buffalo Bills tree [#21]. Next to it is a 4 ft turquoise tree with clear lights that is ornaments that represent our son [#22].
Shifting over some more, we find the 4 ft light turquoise tree with blue lights, which has been called our snowflake tree for years [#23]. Next up is a 2 ft. turquoise tree with Sesame Street ornaments [#24].
Up on the table is the mini Wizard of Oz [#25], the 12 Days of Christmas tree [#26], and a mini tree with mini ornaments [#27].
[#28] Our first Christmas tree is a 7 ft green tree that is currently the only large unlit tree we still have. We string multi-color lights for this tree which has many of our favorite Disney friends and other characters.
A view of the same tree from the other side.
[#29] This is a silver tinsel tree (5 ft.) clear lights. It has become the Beauty & the Beast tree.
[#30] And finally, a red with red lights (7 ft.) and gold ornaments.
View of the red tree from the other direction.
Red tree unlit to see more detail of the ornaments.
Red tree unlit from other direction.