Nothing says 'girly' like a pink Christmas tree. This is probably why my daughter is so interested in getting one for her room. Pink is a really hot color for teens right now and I am glad to see the spark of interest in the favorite hue for girls. My daughter's interest in the pink Christmas tree has me planning a surprise for her.
I am very eager to get her this girly object mostly because she never liked the color when she was younger. She announced that she hated pink after I bought her a few outfits in that shade. She wanted to start picking out her own clothes and she chose bright oranges and greens. It came as a shock to me that years later she would be swooning over a pink Christmas tree.
I guess that I never really got over her insistence on getting the bright oranges and greens for her clothes and her room décor. Pink is a color that is associated with youth, innocents and, of course little girls. I guess that I wasn't ready for my little one to become so independent.
She really surprised me when she started showing interest in pinks here and there. It is almost like she is maturing in reverse. I remember turning against pink when I was a teenager. I wanted to wear black or black after the age of 13. It's ironic that my own daughter is embracing the color at that very same age.
I am anxious to surprise her with a pink Christmas tree of her own this year. I think that she is really going to love it. There are a few choices that I have to make before making a purchase. The first choice is the size.
The pink Christmas tree is going to be completely my daughter's. It will be displayed in her room. The problem is the size. I really love the idea of a huge, pink Christmas tree in her bedroom but it may be just too overwhelming. Maybe a table top holiday tree would suit the space better.
I also have to be careful not to decorate it before she has a chance. I know that she is interested in a pink Christmas tree but I'm not sure if she really would appreciate if I decorated it for her. Maybe she could choose her own ornaments and lights for the tree herself. Who knows? It may wind up being pink and black when she's done with it.