Saturday, April 7, 2012

G is for Grandkids and Gingerbread

     For my G memory I am actually telling about a memory that I miss out on except through pictures.  Every Christmas my daughter-in-law and my 2 grandkids always make a gingerbread house.  Unfortunately, I live 4 1/2 hours away so I'm never there when the fun happens.  It's not all bad though because they always send me pictures.  Thank heavens for cameras!

     When the kids come home at Christmas the grandkids and I always have our special baking time to do cookies or something special.  It is my favorite time of year.        But for now I'm going to share with you some of the pictures they have sent of the grandkids and gingerbread houses.











Until next time...that's my memory view.
Kat

21 comments:

  1. Kat, they are adorable. You should look into SKYPE, then you can be there via the computer screen. Great pictures!

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    1. Thank you Daphne. the Skype is a great idea. Those are old pictures so they are a few years older now but I still think they are adorable; but then I am very partial. :D

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    1. Thank you so much Sandra. I think they are pretty special!

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  3. Wonderful to have the experience shared no matter how.

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  4. These pictures are wonderful!!

    I will absolutely drive myself into the ground to do things like these for our boys because I believe that they are deposits into their lives, who they are and who they become. Each memory, woven together becomes their life story, as I'm sure you know. Good job, daughter-in-law!

    Your grandchildren will remember doing this! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Amy, I agree it is so important to build lasting memories with your kids or grandkids. I admire you for making that a priority with your children.

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  5. I LOVE gingerbread! Especially with American Butter Cream Icing! Yum! And I think it's awesome that they did a manger scene with their gingerbread house!

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    1. I have to admit Beth that I don't like to eat gingerbread but I love gingerbread houses and gingerbread characters! :D

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  6. Now those are cool. What a fun mommy they have. thanks for sharing with us. ♥

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    1. You are most welcome Jo. I'm always glad to share my adorable grandchildren! :D

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  7. Gingerbread and grand kids, what a great combination! I love the look on your granddaughters face when she is holding up her cookie. :-)

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    1. Yes, k~, in case you couldn't tell by looking she is the mischievous one in the family!

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  8. Your grandkids are just adorable! And what fancy little ginger bread houses! Grandma must be so proud :-).

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    1. Yes, Linda, I am very proud of them.

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  9. I love the nativity gingerbread. Such a cute idea.

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    1. Yes, Jewels, I thought it was too,

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  10. I could eat them up (the grandkids that is, gingerbread kind of makes me sick). So cute!!

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    1. I don't like gingerbread either Marianne.

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  11. Very cool pictures!!

    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

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