We finally got some snow! it was coming down really fast, and it was so beautiful.
Don't get me wrong, I would have preferred some nice 70* weather and a walk to the park, BUT…. this was so much fun!
We got about 2 hours of play time before the sun came out, and by the time we were done, almost all of it was melted off the grass and sidewalks. And as I write this---only green grass and blue skies.
|"cold, cold, cold, cold cold, cold. Oakens Trading Post….ooooh and sauna!"|
|no pants, but boots. equals things out|
Once we got the appropriate winter attire on, we headed out to make our annual snowman. It was small… and…. a little ugly.
|she seems to be wondering if this was as big of a snowman we were going to make...|
|our snowman slightly resembles elmo? I don't even like elmo!|
|making some snow angels.|
|Trying snow! not a fan.|
After our small small small snowman was built, our new high school neighbor came out to play with the girls. Sylvie LOVED him! he went back to his house to get some gloves and she cried and cried for him!
When he came back out, we decided to build a Tall tall tall, snowman! Our neighbor just moved here from Somoa and had never seen snow before, so we showed him the ropes. He didn't know the first step to building a snowman, so he loved helping the kids.
|working on the BIG Snowman.|
|we really missed daddy for our 4th annual Radford snowman|
This is our Samoan neighbor, George. He was so cute with the girls, and even gave Stori a shoulder ride back to our apt. because she was so cold. It was a fun morning activity, and now I'm glad to see some high 50*'s in the forecast for tomorrow!