When it’s this cold and this grey out, there’s only one respite from it all – the holiday season. As frightful as the weather can get towards the end of December, every year we take comfort in hot chocolate and mistletoe, candle lighting and warm holiday potlucks, and being around friends and family.
We’ve felt really fortunate to be able to – in our own special way – share the holidays with you guys, whether you’re over in California, or just a hop and a skip away in good ol’ New Jersey. Ever since Thanksgiving, you’ve shared photos of your meals with us, your holiday decorations, your families, and your cozy nooks!
Today, the tables are turning and we’re sharing a few photos with you fine folks. Whether you’re in the midst of celebrating Kwanzaa or Hanukkah, still riding on that Christmas spirit high, or getting ready to celebrate the New Year, we’ve got some advice for you on how to celebrate the holidays. Where’s this advice coming from, you ask? Why, from the cutest kids of Crowdtap that you ever did see.
This here’s Ollie. He’s here to remind us that a Christmas tree – particularly one as festive and personalized as this one – need not be taken down immediately after Christmas is over. Let us continue to be joyous and rosy-cheeked in its presence for another few days at least, just like Ollie!
Crowdtap baby Hayden – although he’s only 7 months – reminds us to DRESS WARMLY. Even if you can’t stand up without someone holding you up, please be sure to invest in a full body down puffer with a fur lined hood. Not only will you be warm, but you’ll look like a very, very happy moon man, too.
Aw yeah. This is it. If you’re not sprawled out on a comfy rug in a pair of footie pajamas enjoying some well-deserved alone time, you’re just not doing the holidays right. Crowdtap baby Ash is, and we salute him for it.
That’s all we’ve got for this year, Tappers! It’s pretty crazy to think about all that we’ve been through together this past year. We can’t thank you enough for sticking with us through the exciting journey that was 2016, and we’ve got a feeling 2017 has even bigger and better things in the works. For now, enjoy your time off and don’t ever forget to stop and spell the snow.