Nathan loved seeing the flurries and walking around on what had accumulated overnight. He sled once with me, but didn't venture out on his own or with his sister.
Luke was the best dressed for the snow minus the all important gloves I never bought. He loved sliding and cried when we went inside for hot chocolate. We let him slide all by himself twice. You could tell he thought it was so funny!
Olivia loved sliding and would have probably across to the neighbor's yard if we would have let her! She was so proud that we let her slide with Luke. He just sat and grinned the whole time.
Hee, hee. I look like a chipmunk! Greg went into work even though I had wanted him to wait a little because of the icy roads. Turns out his work parking lot was icy so he didn't make it even half-way there and he got the message to come in later. So he returned with a Panera chocolate chip bagel which I had just taken a bite of when Nathan said he would go sledding with me.
It was great to be at home and have a "free" day to play, watch movies, color, play trains, and drink hot chocolate. Sort of like the old "baby days" of last year. A snow day. A gift of time. A gift of days gone by. Loved it.