A family's story

Mostly Wordless Wednesday

Winter has finally reared its ugly head in these parts…


Jake helped scrape Hubz’s windows.


Cole is hopeful that we’ll get enough snow to finally use the snowball-maker.


Tate is still scootering around–just all bundled up and in boots. I say it’s some good OT.


You know it’s been a snow drought when your 3 year old is excited about the driveway being slightly covered.


It just looks cold. Brrr! Time for another cup of coffee!!!


Comments on: "Mostly Wordless Wednesday" (2)

  1. Oh no! But you certainly know how to keep a positive attitude! I temember it wasn’t so long ago that you wrote how it was so hot there! How many days til spring? 😉

    • It has actually been a warm winter, so I shouldn’t complain. It just feels so brutal since we haven’t had a gradual cooling. We’ll make it…March/April isn’t too far away!!

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