Tuesday, December 8, 2009


What do you do with a snow day?

We (and by we, I mean they...I took pictures from inside!) were bundled up for our five minutes in the snow before 8 a.m.





Then it was time for geotrax in the hall. Why play with it in the bedroom when you can take over the entire upstairs hallway? I believe his goal was to make the BIGGEST TRAIN TRACK EVER! And the LONGEST TRAIN EVER! B and I helped him and it is pretty darn big. If we had more track we could keep going and going.














Then it's on to the nativity set. Sets. Of course we've added a few animals. Marty the zebra. And a Transformer. I think that's also a Littlest Pet Shop kitten there in the back. It's all good, our nativity sets are very inclusive.







What I'm most grateful for is a day at home. A little extra time to clean up from recent busyness. Time to spend with the kids. Time to listen to Christmas music and do laundry and maybe later, watch a Christmas movie. Looks like we'll probably spend tomorrow at home too because of all of the snow and cold, so I'm also very grateful for our warm home.
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5 comments:

Nicole said...

I love the transformer in the nativity scene!

Mama said...

I thought that was Mater! Shows how little I know about nativity figures.

Omaha Mama said...

Oh, Mater is definitely in there too. The Transformer is right in there in front of the elephant. :0)

Aliki2006 said...

I'm so glad you had this special day/time--and tomorrow, too! Enjoy!

Mimi said...

Ha! Munchkin got out our nativity set, and instead of Silent Night, it's Mary had a Little Lamb -- it's all about the animals, and pour baby JC is off in a corner, behind the donkey ...