Christmas Traditions

One of our Christmas traditions includes Lil K and I decorating a Gingerbread house.  We had a different kit that I bought for the kids to do at our Christmas Party.  We had the “kids party” at the neighbors, the babysitter was supposed to let all the kids decorate the house, silly me actually thought I’d have a finished house to display.  Christian said the walls really never made it up and they ate the whole thing.  Wow.

So, we went out and got a new Gingerbread house kit.  I suppose we could bake gingerbread, or do something more homemade.  My thought is…..what matters most is the time spent together having fun and creating happy memories.

Gingerbread House

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