My Ginger Bread House

I was having so much fun making a ginger bread house with Grandma Alli. It was so much fun making it.

And after I made it with Grandma Alli, we ate it. It was the best ginger bread house ever. And the house’s?walls and doors, windows and floor had lots and lots and lots and lots of candy and it was chocolate gingerbread. Yum.

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4 Responses to “My Ginger Bread House”

  1. December 19th, 2012 at 2:15 pm

    Grandma Alli says:

    You guys did a beautiful job with the gingerbread house. It was so fun to make it – and funny to watch it all slide apart. Too hot and humid here in Bali for gingerbread houses 🙂 But that was ok because we got a picture and then got to eat it!

  2. December 20th, 2012 at 2:58 am

    Mom says:

    That gingerbread house was so fun to make, AND very delicious to eat. A perfect combination! It turned out so cute. I guess it’s okay that it wasn’t holding together very well, because that way I didn’t feel quite so bad about taking it apart and eating it. 🙂 It had been a while since I’d done a fun crafty project, and I loved it. I’m so glad Grandma brought this for us to do together. I’m glad you decided to do a blog post about it, Marie. Thank you!

  3. December 20th, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    Aunt Ashley says:

    I love the gingerbread house! You guys did such a great job. And I’m glad it was yummy 🙂 I am SO EXCITED TO SEE YOU GIRLS!!!

  4. January 6th, 2013 at 10:04 pm

    Grandma Renee says:

    You created such a pretty gingerbread house. I’m sure it was lots of fun to decorate. It looks so professional. So it was delicious huh? Did you feel a little bad tearing it apart to eat after all your work? I’m so happy you could make it and then eat it and enjoy every bit of it.
    love you