“Presents on the tree”?

Today in the car with Sarah, Audrey heard the song “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” on the radio. I wasn’t there and didn’t hear exactly what she said, but when she heard the line Please have snow and mistletoe and presents on the tree, she said in effect, “You don’t put presents on the tree. You put presents under the tree. You put lights on the tree!”

This kid is 2 years and 5 months old. I’m astonished at her every day. Take that, Bing Crosby!

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One Response to ““Presents on the tree”?”

  1. MaryNo Gravatar Says:

    The truth is traditionally presents were hung on the tree. There was no wrapping paper and the colorful gift items helped decorate the tree. The tree was hidden from the children and so the gifts were still a surprise and the tree was only up for a day anyway (usually)

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