It snows often here in Indiana so it has quickly become part of day to day life for us. But we haven't had too many big snows. Sure, we've had enough to shovel or cover our drive way in ice. In the last 24 hours, we have had beautiful snow. The light, fluffy, perfect ski slope snow. I guess it is good that it happened just as the kids were recovering from their RSV and other sickness. HG stayed home on Friday due to a belly ache and by 3, we were all suffering a belly ache. Thankfully, we all woke back to normal today.
Hudson slept 7:45-6:30 so we were peeking out the windows before dawn this morning.
And looking for Camo.
Fruit, this girl survives on fruit.
And greek yogurt.
When I say rough, think of barking and whining for 24 hours nonstop.
He kept the girls up 3 hours past bed time, went in and out 10 times between midnight and 7 in the morning. Did I mention he was barking so loud that he woke Hudson up at 3 who was up until 6:30. AND he woke Harper up at 3:30. I promised her I would come lay down with her when I got hudson and Camo back down. That was 6:30. Poor girl called out asking if I was going to come lay with her. I have no idea if she was in there waiting for 3 hours or if she fell asleep and Camo woke her up again. You better believe I crawled right next to her and held her forever.
The kids wanted to make snow ice cream.
I burned well over 1,000 calories shoveling that snow.
Early bed times on a Saturday. Hudson partied until 7:45.
In the middle of a snow storm, it is always fun to order new spring or summer clothing. While I don't mind the cold or snow (just hate the wind), I am looking forward to the warm sun providing the vitamin D our bodies needs. The husband and I have a trip soon and needed easy, cute stuff to pack. Can't beat great prices either! One I found on IG and the other FB. Crazy huh?
The husband is on a plane back to Indiana from sunny California. We are excited for him to get home and gear up for another week of cold.