First Snow

posted on: Saturday, January 5, 2013

While we were in Missouri visiting my parents we got to enjoy the first snow of the winter.
What was expected to be a large amount of snow turned into a light dusting.
Since it more than likely will be the only time our kids see snow this winter
we made sure to take full advantage of it!
All of you northerners...please don't laugh too hard at the fact
that they're basically sledding in the grass ;)

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11 comments:

  1. aw, so cute to sled in the grass. :)

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  2. So fun! I'm originally from MO and we were just there after Christmas into the New Year and I was so happy when it snowed!!! Love the pictures of your happy kiddos.

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  3. I think it's cute that they are sledding in grass. A kids gotta do what a kids gotta do, after all. :)

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  4. Ha! In Texas if it ices the schools shut down! ;-) LOVE that cool picture of the kids sledding!

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  5. Cute pictures! Looksike the kids had fun despite thexlack of snow:)

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  6. We live in GA and went home to Ohio the week after Christmas. Our 4 kiddos got to see snow for the 1st time! We had enough to go sled riding & it was my favorite part of the trip.

    I love your new blog design! Found you through twitter (you sent me a follow request, but after you got hacked, you don't follow me now) and have fallen in love with your blog. Your positive attitude has been such an encouragement to me :)

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  7. You need to come for a visit in the winter!! The kids would have a blast in the snow!! Tell Tim that my kids use the lawn tractor to pull the sled!! Less work :)

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  8. Lovely pictures :) That horse is beautiful. And I just love the snow!!

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  9. So cute! Kids don't care how much snow they get! Love the grass/snow angels!

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  10. Ha! Love this! And I wouldn't be sad if that was all the snow we got here, but sadly we've had between 4 and 18 inches since October!

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