Tuesday, February 16, 2010

More Snow

Farmer Dad and Princess built an igloo

Bella and Julie helped clear fallen tree limbs

Princess finds a quiet spot under the cedar limbs hanging low due to the weight of the snow

Peanut and Princess having fun with the igloo
The igloo keeps getting bigger as the neighborhood snowmen get smaller...coincidence?
I think not.....


Aly in Va said...

Looks like a lovely day in a winter wonderland. I love igloos :)

Anonymous said...

You have no idea how jealous I am! I lived in Delaware for 10 years and never saw this kind of snow. I kept ASKING for it, and my friends thought I was the crazy New Englander. Heh.

Then we leave and what happens? MASSIVE SNOW!

I hope P has tons of fun!!! The igloo is nifty.

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Patricia said...

great igloo!

Sara said...

Wow. Your pictures are so different from my reality - we are in T shirts, with all our doors open and the daffodils already in bloom. El nino for the west, and crazy winter for the east.

Jodi @ The Homeschool Desk said...

Hi! I'm a homeschool mom in NJ too. I was thrilled to find your blog and meet another hs mama in Jersey. I'm your newest follower!

I blog at http://thehomeschooldesk.com, and http://greenacresfamily.blogspot.com

Stop by some time! :)

patrice said...

OK. It's not just me who is an infrequent blogger these days. Is it just the time of year?

Cher Mere said...

Looks like great fun!

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