Oh my, Kjerstin! What beautiful gingerbread houses. Loved the photos. Lucky Hittys to have such a cute little elf helping with the construction. Did any of those candies get eaten before they decorated the roof? Judith ________________________________ Reply ↓
Oh my, Kjerstin! What beautiful gingerbread houses. Loved the photos. Lucky Hittys to have such a cute little elf helping with the construction. Did any of those candies get eaten before they decorated the roof? Judith
There was a fair amount of sampling going on, but as far as I heard there weren’t any digestive repercussions! All the elves were helpful…the tiny wooden hands were particularly useful in positioning the smallest satin candy pillows!
That looks like SO much fun! I’m quite envious…
It was so much fun! Making holiday gingerbread houses is one of our favourite seasonal activities!
I can see why!
Willa, your mom would be very proud of you. I am! Keep up the good work and be a very good girl to your new parents. You are extremely lucky to have landed where you are! Love, Dad.
Willa is doing her best to smile her way into the hearts of her new family…we have to say that we love her cheerful attitude and especially her willingness to pitch in with big jobs like making the gingerbread village! We feel very lucky that she came our way!❤️
What pretty and constructive fun you all had! Willa, so glad you were able to participate in this episode in the Quimper Hitty household.
It was pretty, and very constructive and lots of fun! Willa was a great contributor to the joyous ambiance of the day, she is so smiley!
oh! what amazing, creative houses and I love the lego blocks in the last picture. My village is all stuck together but not decorated yet.
The LEGOs are edible! They were a great favourite among the human children! We always marvel, and love to see the exuberant application of candy, and every house unique! No doubt your bears will be happy to decorate (and sample) your gingerbread houses!
20 year old grandson is still collecting lego, would love to surprise him with some. Where did you get it ?
Oh Sugar – a tiny candy shop on Johnson Street in Victoria.
thanks Kjerstin, will try to get down there.
your Gingerbread Houses are a true Christmas Village. They turned out great. I can smell the aroma of gingerbread across the miles. Thank you for sharing all these wonderful times with us.
You are so welcome, we love to share the fun with young friends and relatives, and you! Such a satisfying construction site…and a lovely time was had by all the humans and dolls who worked on the village!
fun was had by all I am sure!! So much sweetness in every way! What are the white marshmallow looking rounded things with pinkish interiors?
There were snow person and tree marshmallows…but the things I think you are describing were white chocolate with crushed candy cane centres…very popular!