Yoo Hoo! Alabama got some snow today! What great fun we had. I even played in the snow. Of course Daddy did most of the playing, but isn't that "Daddy's job"...hahaha. The only moment in which I wanted to scream was after the second round of snow play when I noticed, 6 pairs of pants, 6 pair of tights, 4 long sleeve footie pajamas, 6 pair of socks, 2 pair of boots, 2 pair of crocs, and hats and gloves galore sprawled along my basement, stairs, and kitchen floor. We don't have a "what to do with your snow covered clothes" plan in place at the Pate house.
Daddy and the girls going to play in the snow.
Jenna Boo Boo
The girls had the best time jumping on the trampoline with Daddy.
The girls were so excited to throw snowballs at Mommy. The deal was, take a good picture for Mommy and you can peg her with a snowball.
The boys did not have the wonderful opportunity to experience the snow. They stayed inside, bundled up in their fleece pj's. These fireman pj's they have on in this picture will probably be the last time they wear them, I can't snap the center buttons, for they are too long for them.
Jenna after the first time in the snow. She loved it, but told me she was "fee-zing". I wanted to take of picture of the snot caked all over her face, but her hair is covering it up.
I have been waiting a while to take this picture. It is the picture of all 5 of my precious children on their quilts that my dear Aunt Sybil made for them. Each time a new baby in our family was born, my Aunt Sybil would make them a baby quilt. The girls love to lay on them when they watch movies. I assured Aunt Sybil last time we spoke, how thankful I am for the quilts and she doesn't have to worry with ever having to make another one for our family again because our family is COMPLETE! We are most definitely DONE with having babies. Thank you again Aunt Sybil, the quilts mean so much to us.