Jon Gosselin and his son Collin spend father-son bonding time at the Christmas tree farm!

Jon Gosselin and 2 of his children who live under his roof are getting ready for Christmas! That said, the man’s girlfriend went to social media to share rare photos that showed him and his son Collin on a tree farm!

In addition, the father and son were also filmed taking their big and beautiful Christmas tree and lugging it around on a wheelbarrow.

This lovely family time message is the first time since Thanksgiving that the father has shared something of himself with Collin on his platform.

As for the fir tree they visited, it looks like no other!

Jon himself cut the tree that would decorate their house, using a real saw!

And they chose a very good one! There is no doubt that Collin and his sister Hannah, who also lives with his father, can’t wait to find gifts underneath on Christmas morning!

Jon’s girlfriend Colleen Conrad posted a snapshot of father-son bond time to his IG account yesterday.

It showed the former star of Jon and Kate Plus Eight posing with Collin near the fallen tree, the son keeping one arm around Jon and smiling.

Followers do not see the photos of the father and his son too often, but videos of the two together are even rarer!

That being said, Colleen has also posted pictures! This video showed the boy lifting the tree on a wheelbarrow.

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It certainly wasn’t an easy job, but it looks like Collin did it, because the next photo shown in the woman’s slideshow was of the tree already standing in the living room, decorated and lit up beautifully.

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