When the gingerbread house goes unattended

December 24, 2013

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I was so proud of our efforts.

 

Thank heavens I didn't hot glue it together.

They’re getting sticks and coal for Christmas….

Merry Christmas,  my bloggy friends!!!  Love you all.  I resolve to be a better bloggy pal in 2014.  Coming next:  My career as a toe model ended in 2013.

xoxo, Jenny

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Irene December 24, 2013 at 3:22 pm

Nice job on the gingerbread house!!! Hey, if they didn’t attack it Papa would have! Or it would have gotten moldy and you would have had to throw it out!

Merry Christmas Jenny to you and your family!! Looking forward to your posts next year!! Love seeing how your boys are growing and what antics Papa has gotten into! Hope he is well, also!

papa December 24, 2013 at 5:08 pm

Irene,

Merry Christmas. May all your eggnog be spiked with decent liquor.

House above is 2nd stupid house. Jenny goes to school and helps Miss V, the first grade teacher (I’m in love with her, cause she is in love with Jax) make them. I show up at school after a shift at the Ladies Club where I hurt my hip when I accidentally did a split. Jax comes popping out of school with this damn house on a paper dinner plate.

THERE IS NO ROOM ON MY BIKE FOR A GINGERBREAD HOUSE. Why didn’t Jenny warn me? Jax is in panic mode. I stuff it in my front basket where it immediately falls apart. Jax gives me the silent treatment all the way home.

Like all things with kids, he gets over it quickly. The next day there is no house when I pick him up, and he does NOT stop talking.

Merry Christmas,
Papa

Kristy K. James December 24, 2013 at 9:46 pm

Merry Christmas, Jenny…and all of the gingerbread house toting/eating Beans’. And a very pretty house the one on top is. The second one looks like it must have tasted pretty good. And you must admit…that was a LOT of temptation just sitting there…well…tempting the boys. :)

Looking forward to more posts from you in 2014. Once or twice a week would be fine. ;)

Jenn December 24, 2013 at 10:07 pm

Irene and Kristy: love you both. Best wishes for a lovely, wonderful Christmas!

Jenn December 25, 2013 at 4:52 am

Actually, Papa, it’s the third house. There was another one that had structural problems and was razed before it could even be decorated.

Shannon December 25, 2013 at 2:22 pm

Merry Christmas!!!

How boys possibly that big? Must be all the gingerbread house eating.

Ally December 25, 2013 at 4:35 pm

Oh my! That is pretty hilarious. You have to admit, all that frosting must have been pretty tempting ;-)

Merry Christmas to you all!
xoxo

Betsy/Zen Mama December 29, 2013 at 6:40 pm

Jenny,
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!! We were with our boys in Durango for the holidays. So fun!!
xoxo
Betsy

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