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Thanks. You can definately see the progression of skills in decorating if you line up all the photos of gingerbread houses we've assembled over the years. You can also see quite clearly which year the boyfriends got involved. lol.  DD2 and I were trying to help our Christmas spirit along since our house is so empty these days. We had fun doing it. We also were able to use some of those left-over fondant pearls from DD1's wedding cake (as snowballs)....

Karen in Ohio


Mom, Dad and 3 Adult Daughters & 3 Sons-in-Law dealing with: (ANA)-Peanuts, Soy, Lemons, WASP; (Severe)-Cashews, Lactose Intolerance, Nickel; (Minor)-Egg Whites, RLS, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and Multiple Environmental/Seasonal Allergies. Outgrown many throughout the yearsโ€ฆ.

That's beautiful! You two make quite the talented pair.


I made a little gingerbread house with my kids today, but, well, let's just say I let them do most of the work.

Cristi (type 1 diabetic, gluten-free, milk-free)

Addison (Apr 98) allergy shot graduate

Brennan (Dec 00) peanut; outgrew milk & egg

Lauren (Jan 06) Heart Transplant recipient, EoE, avoiding milk, wheat, and corn

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