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Christmas 2020 VLOG

December 14, 2020

I’m SO excited to be sharing a new Christmas VLOG with you today! I don’t  usually record on the weekends, but I wanted to share a little more of what life is like in our little apartment on non-work days. This weekend was low key but it was so much fun to bring everyone along!

Michael and I filmed while we enjoyed some time in the park with Ember, cleaned up the apartment, and I’m sharing some of my Black Friday haul with you! We also tried a new Tik Tok challenge that’s all about an egg (seriously, I’m NOT joking!) and I’m sharing some of my new Christmas decorations…including a new flocked Christmas tree!

Christmas VLOG 2020

We love sharing little sneaks into our life together with all of you. And you have to let me know if you like these VLOGs so Michael will keep filming them with me, HA! I hope you enjoy a little look into what life is like for us around the holidays! See it all here:

At home VLOG celebrating Christmas and Black Friday haul

 

Love this Christmas VLOG? Check out some of my other including our apartment tour and home office tour!

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