The home of Alison Siewart is inundated with 105 trees. And yes, even the bathroom is not spared.
Siewert took up the hobby about 13 years ago after she got a large amount of ornaments from her baby's first Christmas.
The collection grew from there. And as you might imagine, storage is a challenge for this Christmas tree enthusiast.
"We put them everywhere," she said. "Underneath beds, I stole my kids' playhouse. Last year we got so many trees that I took their storage space. But I'm out of room, so I don't know what I'm going to do this year. I need a shed, bad."
Her husband and two of her three children aren't always fond of the collection, but they are at least willing to accommodate.
"There's a lot of them, they kind of take up everywhere, but I have my one tree in my room, so we're good," said Siewart's daughter.
But Siewart can at least count on Jack, her only tree-loving child, to carry on her tradition.
"Jack wants them when I die," Siewart said with a laugh. "He's the only one. He'll take them."
"They're awesome, I like them," Jack said.
Luckily, Santa wasn't confused about which tree to put the presents under this year -- he tactfully placed them by the fireplace.