Alaskan Bush People star Noah Brown and his family have finally put up their Christmas tree and decorated it with black and white ornaments (and one monster truck ornament) as well as a blue and pink angel. The family completed the uniquely themed tree just over a week before the holiday, but as Brown said, “Better late than never.”
The tree now stands next to the wooden staircase in their home where the family has also added bells to further their holiday spirit and decorations.
This year, the Alaskan Bush People star’s youngest son will be celebrating his first Christmas, and no doubt, his parents will make sure the occasion is extra special for their two boys.
Noah isn’t the only member of the Brown family that’s found his holiday spirit. The Alaskan Bush People star’s oldest brother, Matt, found a tree of his own and put it up in his California home. Although Noah and Matt don’t seem to talk anymore, it seems that they at least still share the same appreciation and excitement for the holiday season.
Former Alaskan Bush People Star Also Has a Tree of His Own
Matt, himself, has been posting his decorating exploits on Instagram throughout the process from finding the tree to putting on the finishing touches.
Here’s how the former Alaskan Bush People star’s Tannenbaum turned out.
Unlike his younger brother, Matt chose a much more colorful scheme for his Christmas tree, incorporating a rainbow of lights and glistening tinsel. However, it does seem that Matt had to make the ornaments on his own and had far fewer to fill up the boughs.
And while Noah decided to put more unusual decorations on his tree, Matt decided to opt for some unique holiday activities.
First, the Alaskan Bush People alum decided to create some Christmas traditions of his own, now that he’s celebrating without the rest of the family. This meant pouring himself a cup of hot chocolate with a scoop of ice cream after putting up his tree.
Then he sat down to watch a flick – but he didn’t flip over to the Hallmark channel or pop in a Dr. Seuss movie. Instead, he opted for Lethal Weapon 4.
“Die Hard 1 might be more appropriate,” the Alaskan Bush People alum admitted. “But like Bruce Willis reminds us, Die Hard is not a Christmas movie. It’s a Bruce Willis movie that takes place on Christmas.”
Despite the differences in their holiday festivities, both brothers seem more than ready to celebrate the big holiday next Saturday.