Sunday, March 1, 2009

Welcome March!

We headed up to Missouri for Christmas break hoping for at least one good snowfall while we there, but there wasn't even a dusting of snow. Just before heading back south, my sweet little brother-in-law pulled out a bag from the freezer--with a chunk of snow in it.

"So Rosalind knows what snow looks like," he said. ;)

Little did we expect to actually see any once we got back home...especially not in March.

Rosalind didn't quite now what to think. At first she was terrified and refused to touch it. But after a while she started helping us make a snowman...




Not exactly the purest snowman ever, but hey, it's a snowman. :)




She definitely overcame her fear in the end!

8 comments:

Brandy said...

Ours had fun in it too! Rosalind looks so sweet as usual :0)

a'yi said...

Wow! How fun! Rosalie looks so sweet in her little coat.:) That looks like a wonderful snowman. I really like his hat.:) Great pictures.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Anna that snowman is so cute.
Give her a kiss for me.
Look forward to seeing you soon :)

~Rebekka~

Josh C. said...

The leaves were for decorative effect. It's a snowman in camouflage.

Anna said...

Of course honey, why didn't I think of that? ;)

a'yi said...

I think the leaves really add charm to the snowman. I mean, all the snowmen I have made had leaves on them. :) What would a snowman look like without leaves?

Angela said...

Was there any snow left on the ground after you got your snowman made? :) That has been one thing that always bugs me about making snowmen. The ground isn't pretty anymore after they are done. :D

Anna said...

Thanks A'yi!

I totally agree Angela...that's the problem with snowmen. However, this time the snow was melting so fast that the only way to "save" it was to create a snowman! :)