Once upon a time there were three stuffed wienie dogs that more than anything wanted to be real dogs. The children loved and played with them so much every day that it wasn't long before they started to show signs of damage.
They knew like toys in the past that if they lost their stuffings the children's Mother would throw them out. This worried the three wienies greatly each and every time the children played with them a little too roughly.
One day, the children had their grandmother visit. She brought them all new stuffed animals that actually barked and made other noises. The three dogs were so lonely for quite some time.
Then, one day the Chi Wizard saw how lonely they were. " I shall grant you one wish!" said the Chi Wizard, but it has to be one wish that all three of you have in your hearts.
The wienies wished all together that they were real dogs. The Chi Wizard's eyes began to glow, and suddenly they were in the woods.
They looked at each other and they were real wiener dogs. They barked and chased each other for quite some time. They started to feel something that they have never felt before in the tummies. They were hungry. The dogs didn't know what to eat or how to catch something to eat so they kept walking deeper and deeper into the woods.
Just as the trees began to clear, they smelled a house like no other. It smelt sweet and yummy. They ran as fast as their short legs would let them. The house was made out of Gingerbread. The littlest wiener knew they probably shouldn't eat someone's house, but the bigger wienies convinced him to eat. Next thing you know, they all had very full bellies.
The biggest wienie who had ate the most of the house started to feel strange. His legs wouldn't move and he started to smell like gingerbread. Before his eyes, the littlest wienie saw the two other wienies turn to gingerbread. Then, he decided to run. But, he didn't waddle very far before he also was a gingerbread wienie.
Much time had passed, and frosting snow had began to fall all around them. A small boy and his sister had stumbled upon the house while making their way to the market to buy some milk. The two children knew fairytales rather well so they knew not to eat the house. But, the little girl saw a tear fall from the littlest gingerbread wienie. "They need our help, Baxter." She said as she wiped the tear away.