Gingerbread Fun on New Year’s Eve!

by | Jan 1, 2012 | Advent and Christmas, Christmas 2011, Christmas Baking, Gingerbread Houses, Kids in the Kitchen | 7 comments

Since we didn’t have a chance to decorate Gingerbread Houses on Christmas Eve this year, we decided it would be the perfect way to spend New Year’s Eve!

Snuggles was just as excited as last year, when he saw all the supplies!

It was also the perfect opportunity for Bud to wear his new outfit, specially picked out and purchased as a Christmas gift from his oldest brother! 

Rose helped me set everything up, while the older kids attended (and the boys served) an afternoon wedding/Mass in town.  

The kids were thrilled that two of their uncles, my youngest two brothers, were able to join us for the evening. 

 
 

Here are this year’s finished Gingerbread Houses:

The Snowball Factory by Captain

The Cozy Resort by Rascal

At the Church for my First Holy Communion by Twinkle Toes

The Nativity by Chiquita

Little House on the Prairie by Snuggles and Daddy

Rose Cottage by Rose and Momma

Kevin’s House by Uncle Kevin

The Golf Course Clubhouse by Uncle David

Wishing you all a very Happy and Blessed 2012!

7 Comments

  1. Lori

    Happy New Year Jessica! Those turned out great and I just LOVE the girl's in their Christmas dresses and headbands! They are beautiful! I wish I could love on your precious little gigerbread man 🙂 Peace in Christ, Lori

    Reply
  2. penelope

    What a wonderful way to spend New Year's Eve! I love Bud's sweet little outfit! Makes me think of Jan Brett's book 'Gingerbread Baby'. 🙂 The houses all look fabulous.

    A Happy and Blessed new year to you all 🙂

    Reply
  3. Unknown

    They all look wonderful! (the Nativity is my favorite 🙂 Merry Christmas and wishing you God's blessings in the new year.

    Reply
  4. Mom2Seven

    Jessica… you are beyond amazing! Happy New Year! Love, Annita +JMJ+

    Reply
  5. Lorie

    Tell the kids they did great making the houses! I love the uniqueness of them all! Happy New Year!! 🙂 P.S. Bud is the cutest baby I have seen since my last baby was born. 🙂 God's Blessings to all of you this year.

    Reply
  6. mel

    I'm looking at all your pictures with my three old on my lap. She is enthralled with the gingerbread houses! 🙂

    Reply
  7. Jennifer G.

    Ooohh…gingerbread graham crackers! I've never seen those! It looks like a fun time!

    Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Prayer of Mothers

Father in heaven, grant me the grace to appreciate the dignity which you have conferred on me. Let me realize that not even the Angels have been blessed with such a privilege—to share in your creative miracle and bring new Saints to heaven. Make me a good mother to all my children after the example of Mary, the Mother of your Son. Through the intercession of Jesus and Mary I ask your continued blessings on my family. Let us all be dedicated to your service on earth and attain the eternal happiness of your kingdom in heaven. Amen.


Our Family

Sean & Jessica, Captain-23, Ranger-22, Twinkle Toes-20, Chiquita-18, Snuggles-16, Rose-14, Bud-12, Grace-6 and Joy-4 (blog nicknames)

A Little About Me

Hi! I'm Jessica, a Roman Catholic wife and home educating mother to our nine children. I was home educated myself, along with my eleven younger siblings. I have a special devotion to St. Therese, through whom I have been given much help and many blessings--the beautiful "Shower of Roses" that she has sent my way! Here I will record a few of the blessings I treasure. Please remember that what you see here is just a little glimpse at our lives, so please say a prayer for us, as we continue to strive for holiness.

My Other Blog: Catholic Cuisine

Please Visit My Sponsors…

This Week's Popular Posts

Shower of Roses Affiliate Links

All About Spelling
All About Reading
All About Reading Pre-reading
All About Reading Giveaways
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Our Advent & Christmas Books

Shower of Roses Christmas Gift Guides

Looking for Something?

Looking Back

  • 2024 (5)
  • 2023 (30)
  • 2022 (48)
  • 2021 (48)
  • 2020 (57)
  • 2019 (61)
  • 2018 (90)
  • 2017 (128)
  • 2016 (148)
  • 2015 (172)
  • 2014 (227)
  • 2013 (238)
  • 2012 (308)
  • 2011 (297)
  • 2010 (313)
  • 2009 (486)
  • 2008 (564)
  • 2007 (148)