Saturday, January 9, 2010

We had a few inches of snow fall recently, so I couln't wait to take Ker-Bear out to play in it yesterday after her nap. This was most likely the first time she's ever been in the snow. We had a few flurries that she got to experience a couple of weeks ago, but this is our first snowfall with actual accumulation.

She seemed to like it, in fact I had a hard time getting to go back inside. She looks unsure about it in these pictures, but I think she was just so intrigued and was concentrating on trying to figure out what all of this cold, white stuff on the ground was.

She just wanted to shuffle along in it and would have walked and walked if I hadn't finally forced her inside. Her cheeks were getting cherry-red and it was starting to get dark

Once inside, she played with her new tea set that Nana got her for Christmas, but I guess she decided she wanted to actually use real tea this time. I came in to the kitchen to find this little mess...

Oh well, just comes with having a toddler in the house I suppose =).


Harlow Family said...

Love the tea story! She is just too adorable for words! Happy Birthday Gin!

Jessica said...

LOL, she has seen you make tea one to many times and she is one smart cookie to know this goes with this. I love the snow suit. WOW that was a little bit of snow you had there.

The Byrd's Nest said...

Sorry...I actually giggled;) Of course, pretending you had tea is not good enough! lol She is so precious.

Marla said...

Love the snow pictures. Adalyn is a big fan of the white stuff, although I've about had my fill already. :o)

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said... looks like she had a good time out there in the snow.....and in your kitchen:)

Have a great weekend!


Colin and Jill Canada said...

I love these pictures Gin! The second picture made me think of Lilah!

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