Monday, December 12, 2011

Gingerbread Houses

Mica's teacher got an assistant. This is great. I think she needs one. Every teacher should have an assistant. It makes life easier!

Daddy came to pick up Mica on Friday. Everyone was out of the building, so he thought. Mica's class was no where to be found. He asked someone, "Hey do you know where the Kindergarten class is at?" The teacher he asked said, "Oh the Kindergarten classes are running a bit behind!"

Out the door come Mr. Prince with the Kindergartener's. Evidently they built Gingerbread Houses. Mr. Prince told Daddy, "Mica ate a lot of frosting!" Mr Prince looks tired. Could you imagine helping not one, but many Kindergartener's make their own Gingerbread Houses? It makes me tired just thinking about it!

It turned out pretty good!



The blurry part in the foreground is Isaak's fingers. Mica wanted to devour this as soon he got home. Isaak wanted to devour it as soon as he saw it. Dinner first, more sugar later. They didn't eat it in one setting. Nope, it took two. Cavities and diabetes here we come.

1 comment:

Amanda said...

That is pretty cool! It does look delicious, I don't blame them for being excited to consume it. I will say that I am proud of the teacher to take on such a challenge. It takes guts and patience to do something like that for one or two kids let alone a whole class of them.

Disclaimer

The opinions on this blog are my personal take on products and topics relating to motherhood. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me.

I am not compensated to provide opinions on a variety of topics. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are my own. If I claim to show knowledge of certain topic or product I will only endorse products or services that I feel, based on my expertise, are worthy of such endorsement.

If you have any questions about this blog, or want to get in contact with me please email me at: anapeladay@gmail.com