Decorating the Christmas tree has always been an
exciting and joyful event for big and small. Each family has their own
decorations they use each time to set up their special decorated Christmas tree
for the festive season.
exciting and joyful event for big and small. Each family has their own decorations they use each time to set up their special decorated Christmas tree for the festive season.
The unnamed toddler's mother shared a picture of the ‘finished’ decorated tree on Twitter. She explained how her mother-in-law had let the toddler place the baubles wherever she wanted.
The toddler's mother wrote on the initial post; “My toddler decorated my mother in law’s tree.”
The picture shows the toddler had selected beautiful gold and red hanging decorations, all located at the bottom of the tree.
The adorable picture showed that only the bottom of the tree had been decorated with ornaments because it was the only part the little one could reach. The rest of the tree did, however, remain empty.
The post went viral on Twitter, and quickly received over 410,000 likes and more than 38,000 retweets.
Several social media users thought the photo perfectly captured the essence of Christmas. They praised the grandmother for allowing the child to pick the decorations and decorate the tree as she pleased.
Eagle-eyed fans did spot that an adult must has given the child some lift so they could hang decorations a bit higher. The amazing grandmother reportedly added the tree topper herself, as well as some snowflake ornaments and a lone red bauble, which were placed much higher up the tree.
Many fans praised the little girl’s artistic skills and added that they hoped the grandma would leave the tree as it was. A fan commented; "The bottom looks really nice. Your kid has a good eye. Just needs some height," while another also added, "Adorable. This would make a great Holiday growth chart over the years."
Another commented, "This actually looks better than it would be completely decorated, It looks like it’s dripping red," while a fourth penned: "She better not change a thing. Your kid has a real talent for decorating. That looks great."