Kim is off to her skin doctor for some Botox and Thermage. Kim is going nuts over Christmas decorations and Kroy wants to string popcorn and have a Montana mountain cabin sort of Christmas. Kim is the poster child for materialism, and Kroy is a simple man, with simple needs. Let’s see how this all works out. Kroy wants to buy a real tree and make sentimental ornaments and string popcorn with the kids.
So Kroy buys some oddball decorations for outside the house, replete with a tiny Rudolph. And a real tree from a tree lot. Brielle is confused that the tree is green. Kim says it is a fire hazard and that is smells like the forest. I swear these poor kids have never had a real tree before. They seem to think it is odd. Brandon (Brielle’s BFF) and the girls are painting ornaments. Kim and Kroy attempt to string the lights. It looks pathetic.
The whole family goes to some super cool Christmas store to see Santa. KJ is NOT a fan of Santa and refused to sit in his lap. Kim shops for “handmade, homemade ornaments.” Yep, she still does not get it. They each pick out an ornament for each other. That was kind of sweet. Then the whole family goes ice skating. WHERE IS THIS PLACE? I want to go! They made s’mores after! This is a very sweet episode.
Now they are going bowling as a family with some of their friends instead of having a huge Christmas party. It’s Kim’s first time bowling. Kroy is a good bowler. Kim is already negotiating for a fancypants Christmas next year. Kroy says fine, but we will always have a real tree somewhere in the house with handmade ornaments. In the end, Kim and the kids agreed it was a really fun Christmas. Aw, a hooker with a heart of gold.