Tuesday, January 11, 2011


We are heading into day 2 of snow here in Georgia. It started Sunday evening around 8pm and continued through the night into Monday morning. We think we had around 3 or 4 inches at our house. We've had chilly temperatures and it's managed to keep the snow and ice around for another day. The roads are icy and we've pretty much been homebound!

We've had quite a bit of fun playing in the snow. We even did a little sledding last night on a scoop shovel. I swear one of these days I will actually remember to buy a sled! Though I will say that the shovel worked pretty well. Cooper takes after his Momma and really gets into snow! Here's a look at what we've been up to:

All bundled up and ready to go! Cooper still fits into the same coat and hat from last year, unbelievably. Although, it's starting to look a little tight.

Can't resist this beautiful face.

Our little fish pond in the back yard. Those poor little fish! Brrr!

A little fun with Dadda.

Works for sand OR snow!

A good picture in the middle of a bunch of "no Momma, don't take my picture!"

Good thing we haven't taken down the Christmas lights yet. We had to turn them on just for the occasion. :)

A little hot cocoa to warm up. Cooper thought it was really fun to say 'hot cocoa'.

Happy New Year everyone!


  1. oh man..I'm a terrible mom in this area. I hate being cold and so am slightly hesitant to offer up an afternoon of snow play. We look at it and talk about it...but playing in it? Not yet. Perhaps I should make snow cream with them as a compromise.
    Cooper is lookin cute as ever. Hope he got our little Christmas gift we sent him.

  2. I love this post! In my head I'm hearing "My not like picture!" Of course, I have no idea if that's what he says - how could your and B's child hate a camera?

    Did he take that one of you two? He's so advanced...

    Glad you still have power. You got more snow than us - it didn't even stick here! Crazy.

  3. dude i have missed you and this post just totally made my day!! so happy to see all is well (although snowy) in your neck of the woods!!

    and hope the holidays were magical :)