In December we had the best weather in Kansas…especially for winter. It was awesome to be able to spend so much time outside. And then it snowed. Which was also awesome, just in a different way. The boys were super excited so I bundled them both up in their winter gear and that is about the same time the excitement ended…at least for one of them.
I don’t know if it was the snowsuit (I can’t imagine why?!) or the snow but he was not a happy little boy.
He was running all over the yard looking for the biggest snow piles.
He lasted about five minutes and then he got too cold and was ready to go inside.
Griffin did stop crying long enough to watch his brother play but he wasn’t about to touch the snow. Twenty minutes of work to get them ready to go out and play for five minutes…that is how it always works, right?
I love listening to Levi as he plays. He is getting quite the imagination and says the funniest things. He always talks about quantities in terms of “loads”. I want a huge load of macaroni, mom. That’s a huge load of books. Look at this load (aka everything he could find in the house) I’m taking to Bethlehem, mom. This day he had a huge load of snow in his truck.
He’s got a good daddy…and they have so much fun together.
A few finishing touches. Nothing says snowman like a rock face and camo hat. 🙂
Later that night was when Griffin threw up and the flu invaded our house just in time for Christmas. No wonder he wasn’t thrilled about playing outside. Poor little guy!