Today is jump in a puddle and splash your friend day. Since the snow is completely melted, we thought it would be easier to find some great puddles, but the wind dried most of them up. We did find a huge one at the park though.
After many days of below zero weather, I took the kids to see if the river had frozen over. I knew it probably was not, but was still hoping 🙂 The only time we have seen it completely frozen was in 2014.
Megan thought the ice was fascinating. She made a snow angel and admired how the river looked through the ice. Then she just sat quietly and watched the geese for awhile. I wonder her reaction if the river had been completely iced over.
Finally catching up with some pictures I took over the holidays.
It has started the same way for years. After sledding, Mark climbs to the top of the snow pile the plows made cleaning up the parking lot. Before long, one of the kids attacks him and a fight starts.
Until the next time sledding….
Last night, after opening our presents, we enjoyed finger foods, spiced apple cider the kids made and froze this fall and home made egg nog. We also watched old movies with a projector the kids pitched in and surprised us with.