A family in San Antonio, Texas, was told by their neighborhood homeowners association to pump the brakes on the holiday cheer after they put up a display in their yard on Nov. 1, according to NBC affiliate WOAI.

Diamond Association Management & Consulting sent Claudia and Nick Simonis a letter on Nov. 4 saying that it was too soon to put up their decorations, WOAI reported. They were told to "please remove the snowman until closer to the holiday season," the family said.

The scene included a snowman, reindeer and Santa hanging from a helicopter.

"I just found it crazy,'' Claudia Simons told WOAI. "Especially that they didn’t give us a time. Like, when is the right time to put it?"

The letter from the homeowners association did not specify how long before a holiday people should decorate their homes or what exact date "closer to the holiday season" meant.

Claudia Simonis noted that she is eight months pregnant, so she likely couldn't put up the display if the couple waited until closer to Christmas.

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