Iced Winter Wonderland

Such a fun packed day, first working with Grandpa to clean the driveway. The carpet cleaner was coming and the area rugs needed to come outside to be cleaned.

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IMG_0082.JPG Chad had fun checking out the carpet cleaning equipment.

IMG_0092.JPG The gingerbread houses were next but they needed to be assembled in two parts. Putting the structure together then after it had dried the fun part of decorating.

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IMG_0115.JPG We hung out and visited while the structures solidified.

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Now time to get down to business!

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IMG_0213.JPG Two gingerbread houses and two cookies for each kid, and hours later (these kids have long attention spans). We finished just before dinner time. Clam chowder and Santa Clause 2 were a perfect way to wind down.

IMG_0227.JPG Dog pile on Myra and a comparatively early bedtime. I think we have beach plans for tomorrow.

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