I can’t believe how fast December is flying by – and I don’t mind it one bit! I love the holidays and with each day that passes, we are one day closer to going home and seeing my family for the holidays.
This weekend I started feeling in the holiday spirit – mainly because it included some COLD weather, baking and gingerbread house making!
I started off the weekend and made this graham cracker toffee from Two Peas and their Pod and she’s right – it’a addicting!
Before the flurries hit us, I also got in a run this view. I feel lucky to live so close to a path that runs along some lakes.
Saturday included a LOT of errands. We went to Target to do some holiday shopping for our adopt a family, Old Navy for some more adopt a family (and FW) shopping, Home Depot and then out to lunch. It had been a while since I went to Boaz and I still love their bowls!
That afternoon, we made some sauce and then B made homemade pizza. We bought some all beef pepperoni at a local butcher shop and OMG it is so good. What a difference it makes.
That night, B and I also caught up on some Game of Thrones (we are lost done with the season!) after FW went to bed. I never would’ve thought I would like the show – but I really do enjoy it too much!
Sunday was our Ladies Craft Beer Society holiday brunch! Nicole hosted and we made gingerbread houses. FW got to hang out with some of his other baby friends and semi help make the gingerbread house … can that be my excuse as to why it doesn’t look so great? 😉
The rest of the day included a little walk and playing in the “snow” we had gotten (just a dusting from Winter Storm Benji) before dinner with B’s family.
We had brownie sundaes for dessert. I strongly believe that it is never too cold for ice cream.
Some questions for you:
- Did you get any snow this weekend?
- What’s your favorite dessert?
2 thoughts on “Getting in the Holiday Spirit”
That graham cracker toffee looks delicious. I will have to look that recipe up. Nice Gingerbread house. I don’t think I have ever made one of those. Maybe when I was a kid. He looks so cute all bundled up by the tree.
The toffee made with Graham crackers sounds delicious. I make one using Saltines but need to give this one a try. FW is going to enjoy the holidays so much! We did get snow this weekend which is a rarity for us. Thanks for linking!