As a kid, I thought snow days were like finding a pot of gold. It was a day to stay home, get extra cuddles with my mum, watch movies, boss my little brother (poor guy!), and discover all the the ways to play in the snow with all the kids on our block. I thought snow days would never be as amazing as the ones I experienced as a kid. Until…we had our own little love.
mother nature, you are hilarious. who is ready for spring? (raised hand)
those cheeks. i die.
pebs getting in on the fun.
admist the snow falling outside, he is hard at work. did i mention he is quite the catch?
Getting a whole extra day to watch him play, explore his world, tell me stories in his precious baby banter, and make us laugh with his theatrical eyebrows was pure icing to my day. While we REALLLLLLY wanted to take him outside to play in the snow, instead we watched it from inside. (Don’t worry, mum and Mama R!). While some were going stir crazy from being stuck in their home for the past two days, I took this as a chance to cozy up with my sweet boys & our ball of poof as we silently whispered prayers of gratitude for being home safe and sound.
this kid and his books. i think we might be best buds if he loves to read as much as his mama!
trying out this crawling thing.
I know these days are short, and Noah man will not be this age forever. Before I know it, he will be a teenager whisking off with his friends to go sledding on his snow days. So, I intend to soak up every waking moment I got to ensure I never miss these moments. This might have been his first snow day, but this sure beats any snow day I have experienced.
Stay warms out there, friends!