DVD “Albert: A Small Tree with a Big Dream”

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Albert: A Small Tree with a Big Dream

Released: November 14, 2017

Running Time: 44 minutes

Albert: A Small Tree with a Big Dream, tells the story of Albert, a tiny Douglas fir tree who dreams of becoming Empire City’s most famous Christmas tree. Along with his friends Maisie the palm tree and Gene the weed, he begins the trip of a lifetime to make all of his dreams come true. On their journey they encounter the villainous and prickly Cactus Pete and even a swarm of hungry rabbits, but along the way they discover the true meaning of friendship and team work – while saving Christmas along the way.

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  1. Tabitha Miller says:

    Presents and dinner

  2. Nicole Sender says:

    I like to spend Christmas morning with my grandsons. We open presents and have a great Christmas Brunch.

  3. I always make snowball cookies on Christmas Eve

  4. Vickie Gallo says:

    Cinammon rolls Christmas Morning!

  5. Hesper Fry says:

    We always have dinner, then go to the Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, come home and open gifts.

  6. We have an open house on Christmas starting at noon. People stop by to eat and drink. We play games, watch movies, etc.

  7. My mom, sister and I do a Christmas baking day. We make fudge and all of our Christmas candy that day.

  8. David Heath says:

    eating candy canes

  9. vickie couturier says:

    we have pancakes on Christmas morning before gifts are open

  10. We attend Christmas Eve church service together.

  11. This looks like a cute Christmas DVD that the whole family will enjoy.

  12. We really don’t have any traditions.but it’s never to late to make one

  13. We really don’t have any traditions

  14. We celebrate Christmas from the first day of Advent to the last day on the 12th day of Christmas, January 6.

  15. crystle tellerday says:

    wearing new pajamas on christmas eve

  16. We open one gift before Christmas!

  17. We eat dinner on Christmas Eve at my grandma’s house!

  18. Lisa Williams says:

    My Christmas tradition is decorating the tree while baking Christmas sugar cookies and listening to holiday music at the same time,it puts me in a festive mood.

  19. We used to spend the night at my sister’s house every year…the whole family! However, she moved out of town now, so I don’t think we will be doing that anymore. It was so much fun though. We would all stay up late and play card/board games. God bless everyone!

  20. We have tons of appetizers and watch a Christmas movie together on Christmas Eve.

  21. Dad sets up his model train layout around the base of the Christmas tree.

  22. Colleen Maurina says:

    One of my favorite Christmas traditions is buying an ornament for each of my children and grandchildren each year. I have done this since each of them were born. They get to open it when the Christmas tree goes up!

  23. On Christmas Eve we make homemade pizza and watch Christmas movies

  24. We put up a tree, nativity and lights.

  25. We like to drive around and look at Christmas lights.

  26. Since the kids still believe in Santa Claus, they leave carrots out for Rudolph and cookies out for Santa, every Christmas Eve. They have done this for a few years now, so it’s become a tradition 🙂

  27. Erika Sternberg says:

    We do nothing for Christmas.

  28. we set up a beautiful Dickens D56 village that’s on a village scene by husband made with a lit up pond, a ski hill, a glittering mountain backdrop – it’s stunning when all lit up and is about 12 feet long.

  29. We like to have a big family breakfast before leaving the house for the day to visit relatives.

  30. laura feist says:

    dinner with the family