Still, the world carries on, and fresh snow is beautiful, I love the way it covers the muck up. So we got ready and I took the kids to school. The Little Man took a little longer than usual, he's still completely in awe of the snow and has to stop every 10 seconds to feel it with his gloved hands. Star decided to make Gruffalo prints in the snow all the way to school which was lovely, only I didn't have my camera with me.
By lunchtime I'd had a call from the school to pick up Boo as she wasn't very well. I'm not sure what was wrong with her but her recovery was pretty quick?
In the afternoon I have to pick up Little Man at 3p.m and the girls at 3.30p.m. I usually take Little Man for a walk to the shops to fill in the time, but it was so cold I came home and begged Dad to go and pick up Star so I didn't have to go out again.
It carried on snowing. By Saturday morning we had tons. Star looked out of the window and said, 'wow, it's a winter wonderland out there' which is fine, but it's supposed to be SPRING!
So we made yet another snowman. This one was named Snowy by the Little Man, original I know, but he is only two!
It's almost tea time now and still snowing. Will it ever stop? Sorbet deluge, boomerangablanca, deamondi-pavlova, icyskidsi.....I love Kate bush.
Here's a few photo's, no kids, but they were there at some point.
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Come and see how others have been spending time outdoors over at CoombeMill country kids