Linking up with MamaKat: 5.) Show us what winter looks like in your neck of the woods!
This has been quite a winter so far in our neck of the woods. We are on our fourth, yes fourth, snow day after winter break! It’s nuts! We were on a snow emergency level three for a few days which meant we couldn’t even go anywhere. It’s also been way below 0 for most of the time which means the kids haven’t even been able to go outside and play. I have to say I’m a little stir crazy and ready to see my students…but I’m enjoying the extra time home with my kids too!
I have to say…it’s really beautiful. The night before it got too cold to even go outside, Matt and I and our neighbors, who are good friends, went for a walk around the neighborhood. The snow was falling, it was chilly but not too cold, it was dark and no one was out. It was so beautiful and so peaceful.
Today, the level 3 emergency was changed to level 2 and we were able to go out and about. The roads were still really bad. Matt and I went to the gym. After we were done working out, we decided to use the hydro massage beds before we left. The girl asked us if we wanted 10 minutes instead of the usual 7 because it wasn’t busy. I said I’ve been stuck in the house with three kids for 5 days…what do you think??
I do love living in Ohio where we get all of the seasons. Let it snow!
What’s it like in your neck of the woods?
I am glad you and your family are making the most of it. I love the smiles in the photographs.
I hope things return to normal soon!
Fantastic pictures, I’m glad you’ve been able to get out there and enjoy the weather a bit. I’m up in Wisconsin so we’ve been sharing some of these ridiculous temperatures with you! Thinking spring thoughts!
Great photos. That is one healthy snowman. When we do get snow around here, ours are pretty anemic.
Your kids are so gorgeous! I love when you post photos!
Be careful on bad roads!!!
Warmest regards on a freezing NY night 🙂
You don’t even wanna see pics of our winter…sunny skies baby!
I love your pictures! I’ve never experienced a level three of anything that requires me to stay home and I hope I never have to. That sounds scary!