Yes, we have snow. A LOT. So much that we shoveled the roof over the porch. 6ft drifts. Craziness. I finally took some shots to show you.
Snowshoes to the barn. We shovel a path and it's filled in an hour later.
This is his room. See the snowdrift?
There's four steps up to our porch and a large board that comes before the windows. You cannot even see the bottom of our porch. That pile on the left? That's what we shoveled from our roof.
And goodness, it's blocking our porch window now. A broken window is better than a caved in roof, yes?
Our wood is completely buried and it was stacked 4ft high.
No worries. He plows.
And then goes inside and plows some more.
He even keeps his clothes laid out, in case he gets wet (this is a new thing he's been doing) or otherwise needs to change.
Other snowday smiles inside: Snacks.
Some Valentine's leftover.
Creative narration with stickers.
Wet socks warming by the fire.
Ready for work.
The occasional/hardly ever napper naps.
Evidence of fun outside.
My little "roo".
And a few moments of time, just for me. It was a very very good day. Couldn't have asked for a better one. In fact, I'd love a few more snowdays. I love being home as a family. Although snow? Adrian said "Enough is enough." I think I might have to agree, as I'm not sure to put any more snow.