Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Blizzard of Aught Nine, Part 4



OMG. I think that's more snow than I have seen in YEARS. We definitely frolicked, and I have the pictures to prove it:

First, though, we all put on 3 pairs of pants

Ben's windshield wipers were surprised to see all the snow

Waist high snow

Harry has snow jazz hands

Harry was at the bottom of our hill screaming "Carry Harry!" so I had to abandon Jack at the top-- he flapped his arms a bit.

Check out Ben's Sconnie Bluetooth

Poor Santa.

DOES. NOT. LIKE.

Jack only wanted to be held. He also wanted to stand near a lamp post, or a bush, or a tree. BUT NOT CLOSE ENOUGH TO TOUCH IT or else he cried.

Harry unleashed his inner rock star in the drifts

We thought Jack might like to shovel, and he did. For abut 6 seconds. Then he stuck out his useless mittened hands and whined some more.

Jack consented to being hauled around on the sled for quite sometime. Until Harry washed his face with snow.

poor kid. he for serious doesn't like the snow

doesn't this look like we're sledding? we're not.

and he took his mittens off for the 46th time, so we went inside


We may have peaked. It's only 10 am.

4 comments:

Misty said...

That Jack is a little man after my own heart. The pitiful mid-south flurries I must endure send me into full retreat mode: Comforter, cocoa, and wretched attitude. If I never pick up an ice scraper again it will be too soon.

At least you've got fun family-day potential! :)

Kim said...

I love Ben's blue-tooth. I do that with my super attractive ski helmet while waiting in lift lines!

It sure looks like you're all having fun in the snow! I am jealous -- it is freezing here (literally in the low 30s/upper 20s) but of course we'd never get snow!

Becca said...

Ha! Love peaking at 10. Not good. Looks like tons of icy cold fun. Maybe you'll get a good nap out of it?

gina said...

Holy Cow. You got so much snow! We got a few inches if even that. Harry is waist high in snow-I love it! Looks like a great snow day.