I think so far we have about 2 feet of snow that has fallen. However, the drifting is so bad, that in some places it is 3-4 feet deep ... maybe more. Our deck chairs were almost buried at noon today (sans drifting) ... and it hasn't stopped snowing since.
Kyle built a snow fort for the kids ... using his pile of shoveled snow in the driveway. Mason was so excited!
And although we were a little more prepared for snow than last time ... we still were not completely there. Thus ... Payton wore her brother's old hat to give her some chin coverage ...
... and Mason wore my size 9 Columbia boots.
And Nika ... well, she just smiled in her thrown-together-unmatching digs.
If I didn't know better ... I'd think Payton was a cute little boy, wearing that hat.
Speaking of ... does she not look just like Mason?! Talk about looking like a boy! Oh, my poor sweet girl.
Nika ... yep, she is still smiling.
I -- Bethany -- hereby vow to never procrastinate buying boots and snowpants ever again.
I'm so sorry children. We may not get another snow storm for 18 years ... but by golly, we will be prepared!
My baby girl -- Payton ... contemplated revenge.
Darn you for making me wear this hat! But ain't I cute?
Shocker. Baby girl still smiling.
Ha. I can't help but look at her and smile. She cracks me up.
And even though she is smiling in all these pictures ... our little Russian princess was really less than thrilled with the snow. I'm pretty sure she never got the chance to play in the snow in Russia.
So exciting ... maybe we will finally have a white Christmas this year! That never happens around here.