holiday traditions

December 20, 2007

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7 Responses to “holiday traditions”

  1. mom Says:

    And one year I made red and green popcorn balls for the tree when the twins were just one year old, When the balls would disappear, all you needed to do was look for the red or green-colored mouths,cheeks,noses,hands… The rule was no-eating of the gingerbread men until it was time to take the tree down. By then the cookies were cement but the kids ate them anyway. Crunch.
    I still have the bird’s nest (although I like your homemade one!) and it can be bequeathed to you anytime.

  2. caroline Says:

    Who was it in the family who took the perfect bite out of a gingerbread man-cookie hanging on the lower branch of the Christmas tree? I can’t remember who did it, but it was a perfect bite in one of the legs. Very funny!

  3. Jodie Says:

    Gorgeous traditions, Thankyou for sharing your gingerbread man pattern, I have just finished one for my daughter. Have a great Christmas

  4. wow what a great tradition!! Love the package.

  5. Bex Says:

    Merry Happy to you! The paper arrived & it’s so cute…something cute for you on it’s way too! Xxx

  6. Karen Says:

    The gingerbread man is just fantastic – so perfect and so lovely!

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