On the 1st Day of a Tiffany Blue Christmas…


On the 1st Day of a Tiffany Blue Christmas, we’re talking holiday movies by the fire. 

Or if you’re like me, your Fujitsu heat pump.

Last year, I talked about all of the non-holiday movies that are annual favorites of mine. You know, the ones that aren’t exactly a holiday movie (actually, they’re not at all a holiday movie by any stretch) yet every year, you find yourself watching them in December.

Tonight, we’re talking ALL the holiday movies and it’s time to pick some favorites.

For me, it’s impossible to chose only one of each. So I opted for two. My blog, my rules, right? Right.

I think the answers are obvious: National Lampoons Christmas Vacation and Home Alone. Ok, I’m cheating again. Home Alone 1 & 2.

I think everyone can agree, a Griswold Christmas is a must every year, and no matter how many times you’ve seen the movie, you’re still in tears of laughter, every single time.

And Kevin McAllister and I are the same person when it comes to Christmas and our Christmas Tree. His adventures in New York? I’m just jealous I haven’t seen the Rockefeller Tree in person yet.

 I’m also a huge fan of cheese pizza.

Honorable mentions include: Elf, Christmas in Boston, and The Holiday. Oh and Serendipity & Edward Scissorhands. 

And lastly, my favourite non-holiday, holiday movie?

Easy. Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Every year.

 Because, all the feelings.

Honorable mentions include:  Titanic, Roman Holiday, and Sleepless in Seattle.

SO! What is YOUR favorite holiday movie? Or non-holiday, holiday movie? Let me know in the comments below OR join in on the fun on Instagram by posting a photo of your favorite movie, you watching your favorite movie, etc. along with the hashtag #12daysofaTBChristmas

See you tomorrow when we talk Favorite Holiday Recipe!

x C x

3 thoughts on “On the 1st Day of a Tiffany Blue Christmas…

    1. okay, I’ll come out of the dork closet – I absolutely adore the Doctor Who Christmas specials. If the Doctor isn’t saving London from certain holiday doom or engaging in some fun new angle on a holiday classic, it just isn’t Christmas.

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