OK, so I'm loving the chap in the suite and tie! Brings a little class to the snowman making process. Have a lovely weekend!
That dear chap is my (first) baby!And next week he turns 22!*bump*That was the sound of my head hitting the ground when I passed out from shock!What can prepare us for the swiftness of the passing days?
You have such a stylish young man there!
He is so happy in his hat and braces!Many thanks for your kind observation.
That snowball is awesome!
Rolled up like a pie crust!
What a moment! Snow?! How fun. I am so out of it Natalie. I'm sorry I don't get to comment as often as I would like...I'm still checking in to see what's going on at the Bird House from time to time (in between the seemingly never-ending nursing sessions)
This county spoils us!Our local mountains don't get snow with every winter storm, but when they do, it's not a long drive to get to the fun.We popped over after school... hoping to see some of the white stuff, and boy! were we lucky! Even more snow came down while wewere out playing.You really do have your hands full, don't you?! I remember. And I rememberreminding myself, like a mantra, "this will soon pass." It's not that I was eager for nursing to end, for my babies to grow up, but there are some l o n g moments in those days when they are tiny and hungry and need us so immediately. I am sending yourestful thoughts, and wishes for restorative moments. (((hugs))) too!
What to do to restart? Coffee/tea break. Weeding. Shower. Pet the cat/dog. Nap. Chickenblog.
You are smart, and kind.((hugs))
Thank you for visiting.