A Collection of Christmas Front Doors

You guys!  I’m back from Boston, and it feels soooooo good!

I got back Saturday night, and I knew that re-entry back into “real life” was going to be difficult, but I had no idea how right I was going to be!  ha!  A few hours after getting off my plane, we went to my Aunt Pat’s  Christmas party, and then straight to Eli’s basketball game at 7:00 pm.  On the way home from the game, Eli said his stomach was hurting. 

{Cue scary, dramatic music.)

Yep.  He started throwing up around 8:30 or 9:00 pm and didn’t stop until 9:00 the next morning!  And it was coming out both ends.  So I was up the entire night taking care of him and cleaning up the messes.  It was HORRIBLE.

At one point, I actually thought we may have to take him to the hospital because he was so dehydrated.  He was so weak he couldn’t stand.  He was pitiful.

Sunday was pretty much a wash because I was still taking care of Eli (on almost no sleep,) and sanitizing the entire house while doing a ton of laundry. 

But we survived.  

However, Eli still had a sore throat and a bad cough.  Then yesterday he had a fever, so I took him to the doctor.  He has the flu.  :( Poor little fella has had a hard week!  Please pray that no one else in our family gets sick.  It stinks to be sick at Christmas.  ugh.

That’s why I have been MIA on my blog.  

I took pictures in Boston that I have been wanting to share with you.  I walked all around the city a few days while I was there, and I snapped some pictures on my phone of the beautiful Christmas decorations.

Boston is truly beautiful and the architecture is amazing!


















Aren’t those homes beautiful?!  Y’all, so many times, I felt like I was walking around in a Hallmark Christmas movie!

I can’t wait to go back to Boston next year!  

I’m hoping to post again before Christmas, but just in case I don’t, MERRY CHRISTMAS, FRIENDS!

Love you all SO MUCH!!



  1. Oh, how I love the charm and beauty of the architecture on those doors! Thanks for sharing. I stayed in Boston for work once and walked around and took the train all over by myself. It was so fun! Merry Christmas. Praying the flu does NOT spread through your family.

  2. Boston is beautiful! We were there a couple of years ago in the summer and even though it was hot it was such a pretty and vibrant city. I too loved all the beauty in the buildings. They just don’t build stuff like that anymore :). Such pretty decorations for the Christmas season.
    Sorry your little Eli is sick and prayers none of the rest of you get it. Merry Christmas Hutcherson Family!

  3. Beautiful pictures! I pray you all can stay well now! My daughter’s family had that flu crud too! She was washing everything with ‘Theives’ trying to keep herself and little grandson from getting it! Welcome back to the real world! Merry Christmas to you and family!

  4. Glad you enjoyed your trip to Boston. Praying no one else gets sick in your family. You must be exhausted.
    Have a beautiful Christmas

  5. Boston is a beautiful, walk-able city. The North End is wonderful and full of good food and Beacon Hill never disappoints. Glad you got to enjoy some of it and share it with others.

  6. Yessss!!! Such beautiful homes. I think I live on the wrong side of the states. :) Thanks for the pictures and so sorry for the sickness in your home. I sure hope no one else gets it before Christmas. I’ve had that before and no fun. Merry Christmas to you too.

  7. The pic of the blue house reminds me intensely of the paintings from Thomas Kinkade.
    Very beautiful houses which shows the typically english wealthy history of one of the oldest towns in the US.

  8. Thanks for sharing Traci. Boston really is a beautiful city.
    Praying that you and your family have a blessed Christmas and that everyone stays healthy. (Hope Eli is feeling better)

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