Saturday, December 06, 2008

Bringing in the Christmas season with a bang!


Last saturday, a couple of my friends and I, drug our kids out in the cold to the christmas market they have downtown in Wiesbaden. We had a ball. Eva was eating a sour gummy strip and loving it. Gabe just looked bored. We rode on a huge farris wheel and I freaked out. It was taller than the one at lagoon and it scared the crap out of me. Eva was loving it as well as all the other million kids we piled in there.


We've even had a few snow storms. Eva licked the snow off my car, but I didn't get a picture of it. I was too busy laughing.

Ok, I was pretty dang proud of my ginger bread house. My friend Alisha made the actual house and I just decorated it. I'm still proud of it. I was able to get some candy on it before Eva ate everything else. She didn't seem to want to help me decorate it because she was too occupied eating the plethera of candy on the table.







This is what a real gingerbread house looks like! This is actually real too. It was downtown at the christmas market. Pretty awesome if you ask me. However, it makes mine look pretty dang pathetic.


4 comments:

Papa Doc and the Duke said...

I'm really proud of you for the fact that you made a gingerbread house. They aren't the easiest things to make. It's great!
Festive photos, that's for sure.
Mom

Jess and Jen said...

Wow! It looks like you are doing lots of Christmas stuff already! Good for you! This is the stuff that would make my mom so jealous! She LOVES German Christmas stuff! --Jen

Mike and Adrianne said...

Your house looks much more tasty than the huge one. We haven't gotten any snow and I will be surprised if we do. Looks like fun! We are going to make a Polar Express train this year again instead of a gingerbread house because we just made that Halloween one.

Papa Doc and the Duke said...

Just make sure that Eva does not eat any yellow snow. That is what my dad always said. You girls don't know what that means, but think about it and it will make sence.

Dad Clark