Thank goodness the kids got a sled from Santa because it was literally the day after Christmas when the storm came. I just happened to be in Target the morning the snow started and there was not a sled or snowsuit to be had. The kids were glued to the window the entire time, waiting for it to stop so they could go outside. Chris went out to shovel and I got Christopher suited up to help his Dad.
There was no way I was going out to shovel. Sorry. But I looked out the window and all of the neighbors were outside helping eachother. It was really nice to see. As my contribution, I opened the window and yelled out to see if anyone needed a hot cup of coffee or hot chocolate. They all responded no. But they did ask for some plastic cups. I was wondering why.
Then I saw the wine bottle I guess it is a pretty fun way to shovel snow…LOL!
After shoveling we decided to go sledding. What was I thinking taking a 21 month old out in 2 feet of snow on the coldest, windiest day?? Anthony wanted no part. He was as stiff as a board and would not move his hands. It was hilarious!
I ended up holding Anthony while Chris and Christopher went down the hills.
I think I would be the girl that goes skiing and stays in the lodge!