I always make it a point to have a family discussion during supper.  Don't get me wrong- rarely do we discuss theories related to Plato's Allegory of the Cave or Einsteins Theory of Relativity.  We discuss episodes of Disney's Good Luck Charlie or why there are single or double lines on the roadway.  We even discuss the existence of Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny.  Our topics range from why babies are wrinkled when they are born to why I do not allow my children to have a computer in their bedrooms.  Regardless of the conversation, I want this time to be a time that we bond as a family.  Today's topic:
Real tree or artificial tree for Christmas.

Discuss.

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