Wednesday, January 16, 2013

It's Really Snowing!!








We had a rather big snowfall for our area, this past Monday.  The kids even got to make a snowman which turned out to be more like a tower when they decided to see if they could make the world's tallest snowman.  Of course, after playing out in the snow they had hot chocolate with whipped cream because we ran out of marshmellows.  

2 comments:

Gina said...

We really got hit with quite a load of snow, didn't we!: ) It was nice for the kids though.

And I prefer hot chocolate with whipped cream actually. : ) So the kids hot chocolate in the first pic, looked amazing to me! : )

Ruben said...

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