Our Awesome Mostly Doctor Who Geeky Christmas Tree :)

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Ok, this may not be as stylish as our friends who buy a Star Trek Christmas ornament from Hallmark every year, but we've had a lot of fun decorating our geeky Christmas tree!

An Adipose, swinging across the Dr Who TARDIS string lights!

An Adipose, swinging across the TARDIS string lights!

Silver bell from the Polar Express

A silver bell from the Polar Express: Not very geeky but my son is an Elf in it this year, with real trains, so we're very proud!

Zinzie from Fijit Friends

Zinzie from Fijit Friends: the kids' favourite toy from last year
 

The One Ring, with the incorruptable Mr Hankey as Ringbearer

The One Ring, with the incorruptable Mr Hankey as Ringbearer

Gryffindor scarf on the Christmas tree

Tried a Gryffindor scarf but it was too big - maybe a Harry Potter ornament next year?

Adipose and TARDIS on the Christmas tree

I think the Adipose wins this year 🙂

Our Geeky Christmas Tree

Our Geeky Christmas Tree, in its full glory

Happy Christmas to all!


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