We have had some crazy weather here in Kansas. Last Wednesday we left for Bible study knowing that snow was supposed to be coming in the afternoon. By the time we made it to Wichita the snow had already started. I wasn’t so sure it was a good idea to stay, but we stayed for the shortened Bible study (because of the weather) and then turned around and headed back home. I was sure glad to be at home safe with my babies after that long snowy drive. And it has been snowing off and on ever since.
Levi loves the snow and has been super excited about it.
Griffin is a little less enthusiastic about the whole snow thing.
It is a lot of work getting these two bundled up to go outside for the five minutes they usually last in the cold! I have to remind myself that it is worth the extra work. “It is worth the extra work!” 🙂
The second snowy day I finally just brought some snow inside. Levi thought that was so fun. Staying warm inside made me happy too!
The best part of these snowy days has been when dad comes home. He takes the boys on sled rides.
I was just so excited to no longer be housebound. The boys were more excited about the thrill of driving a tractor through the snow.
Griffin isn’t too into the snow but he sure loves wearing his boots around the house. And I think it is safe to say he is officially a walker now…even in his boots! Yay!
He has a few other modes of transportation when his legs get tired. 🙂
Levi is always singing and has been giving us lots of very loud concerts…in his boots, of course.
And he has even talked me into playing in the snow a few more times.
He built another snowman with his dad and got to try some hot chocolate for the first time. He only liked the marshmallows.
We enjoyed the sunshine yesterday before the next round of snow was supposed to come. Today hasn’t been as bad as they said, so we will see what tomorrow will hold. The snow is fun, but I am getting anxious for flip flop weather for sure! Oh, and we did a grocery run last night only to find out we weren’t the only ones stocking up on milk. It was a close call!