Thursday, March 13, 2008

SNOW!

Oh, I can't even tell you how excited my girls were to see snow when they woke Saturday morning! So, we were the first in our neighborhood to get outside (even though it took me a half hour to find all my gear and another half hour to get the girls dressed in three layers - I don't know how you Northerners manage).


Snow Angel

Levi had fun, too

So, we've had our snow for the year....I can't say better late than never, because never would have been okay for me, too....but I'm so glad the girls got a real snowfall to play in. I'm sure it was Mei Lin's first snow to play in ever.

Now I'm ready for spring!

It's hard to believe these pictures are from just last weekend...it's been in the 70s here the last couple of days.

And...woohoo....we're heading for Di$ney tomorrow morning, so I won't be posting for a week or so, but when I do you can bet there'll be a lot of pictures :)

7 incredible comments!:

mommy24treasures said...

wow you really got a good snowfall! So glad the kids and Levi had fun. Levi is a pretty dog!
Have fun and give Mickey a hug from us;)

LaLa said...

Have a wonderful time with the Mouse...we are soooo ready to go back!!! Glad you enjoyed our snow : )

my3 kids said...

Wow, snow...we live in Northern Ontario Canada and get a TON...still have lot's and we are so ready for it to be gone! Have fun in Disney...we were just there and had so much fun:)

Janice
http://www.momtoo3.blogspot.com/

Sharon said...

Pat looks like a kid in those shots! Hope you have a blast at Disneyland or world??

Anonymous said...

That looks like soo much fun!
Terri

Our Family said...

Wow, that snow looks fun!!! Can't wait to see your Disney pictures. Hope to see you all this summer. The kiddos all look great.

Heather said...

I'll tell you how we northerners do it, we add at least a half hour of getting ready time per child. ;) Of course, the first child gets to roast if you do one then the other, so it's kind of a back and forth thing.
Really it just adds about 5 minutes to us, because we've been gradually been adiing layers all along.
Heather BT
at home in MI with Acer
http://adoptakid.blogspot.com