12 Days of Christmas: Day 3

On the third day of Christmas, my true love gave to me Three Freeench Hens, Two Turtle doooves, and a Partridge in a Pear Treeee.

His:

his french hens

French Maid costume (sorry mom, it just seemed natural) or a Boule set to play petanque (click here to see what I’m talking about… you’ll probably recognize it) or maybe just some kickass eggnog french toast

Hers:

hers hens

JCrew French Hen Sweater or Thomas Paul Polish Chicken Pillow or maybe just a french candle

Humanity:

humanity Hens

Donate a Flock of Chicks or 2 Chickens to those in need

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