October 3, 2007

..."Mom, can I pleeeease eat it now?"...

After Kindermusik today, we stopped by Walmart & found this kit for a halloween gingerbread house. I was planning on setting up all of our halloween decorations today, so I thought this would be a fun thing for Zac to help with. Zac could not wait to show Chad his "surprise" and knew that dad would "think it is soooo cool!" He was right about that, dad was definitely impressed. We'll see how long I can keep Zac from eating it...I'm thinking it was a bad idea to make this yummy decoration like a month before Halloween, because he's picking at it already...and hasn't stopped asking me when he can eat it.




8 comments:

jessperry said...

What a fun mom you are with fun projects to do. Way to go Zac and the decorating.

H & J said...

ive never seen a halloween house!! Thats so cute, but i agree with Zac i would want to eat it too!!:)

call me said...

That gingerbread house is SO cute! I love Zac's little smile.

Travis & Tanya said...

that is so fun! trey would love a halloween gingerbread house! also i was just calling down the the parks and rec here yesterday asking them about their classes this fall. they had a song and dance class! maybe that is the one we will do!

Keepin' up with the Jones' said...

that looks like so much fun. I think Tyson would go crazy with something like that. I'll have to stop by our local walmart and pick one up!

Fuller Family said...

That looks like so much fun. Tyler just walked up right as I was looking at the pictures and he said,"Mommy, I want to make one." So... it looks like we will be making one for Halloween too! I love that he wants to eat it. I am sure my kids will be the same. Cute pictures!

Tara said...

I hope I do fun/cute things like that when my baby is old enough to enjoy it. I guess I should start now, huh?

The Cummard Family said...

That is the cutest thing! I want to go get those to do with my kids, they LOVE doing the gingerbread houses at Christmas time. I love fun things to do with the kids, thanks for the idea!