Our day looked a little like this. It took Marc about 3 hours to shovel out our driveway and steps. I helped for about 20 minutes.
Isa loved the snow. She really wanted to sled down the steps but we could only find one sled and it broke after two runs. Our yard is so small but looking for the penguin sled was like looking for a needle in a haystack.
At one point, while looking for the sled, I thought I would go to the front to get the shovel. Those 40 some feet felt like a mile. Amazingly, our backyard, across the street, neighbor, Tom, walked all the way to the front of our house to let us know the attic window was open. Thanks Tom, I know that was a hike! There was some snow in the attic but not a ton.
Jimmy, Isa, and I did an art project together. Isa and I made Valentine people and Jimmy ate the top off a green marker. He was sitting between Isa and I…I don’t know how he managed it without either of us seeing him! I looked up and there was Jimmy ready for St. Patrick’s day.
Isa also did some knitting. If anyone knows of some real, easy, kid friendly knitting tutorials, let me know. Isa really wants to knit.
Rosie and I came out to tell daddy it was 3pm. He had to get back to work.
Marc was proud of his hard work (and should be) and took a picture. That is a lot of snow shoveling for one day.