We’ve had a decent snow and Thankgiving is over so it’s officially winter. Here’s the next installment of our favorites from our seasonal reading basket. Most of them tend to be more Winter and Snow related than Christmas related. We have no religious/meaning of Christmas books in the mix, as I have trouble answering questions
As we all know, this winter has royally suuuucked. The school district where I work has had SIXTEEN closures/delays/early dismissals due to the crazy weather, which comes out to about two per week since the first one in December. I know I am suffering from Mommy Brain or whatever, but I thought I was living
It’s a snow day! Yay! This is what my 5-year od daughter thinks will happen on her first snow day: This is what is really going to happen: This is what I think my husband, a teacher, says about his first snow day of the year: This is what it is really like for my
I certainly don’t have to tell you how much of the fluffy white stuff we have on the ground from our recent visit from Blizzard Nemo/Charlotte/whatever you want to call it. However, I can share with you a fun activity you can do with your kiddos involving this multitude of snow (now that you’ve finally finished all of your shoveling and snow blowing)!