Monday, July 19, 2010

Monday Mugs

Monday Mugs time again!
This week the theme is: Swinter
(Summer in the winter)

Here in South Carolina we don't get much snow. Typically we get freezing rain, 10 minuets of snow that doesn't stick and nasty icy roads. But this year we got snow! SNOW! And a lot of it! Lula Mae loved it and had an amazing time! Hope these help cool you off!

Lula Mae's first feet prints in the snow

Walking in the snow

Sledding with Daddy

Lula Mae's snow ball (that she was a tad bit obsessed with)

Winter wonderland

Be sure to visit Oswald Cuties for more Swinter pictures!


McCrakensx4 said...

Snow pics are always so much fun. love her expression as she gazed lovingly at her snowball! We live in AZ and my boys love it when we had north for a snow weekend!

Life With The Boys! said...

Great phots. I enjoyed reading your blog. I am visiting from Monday Mugs.

HeatherOz said...

Those definitely cooled me down. How exciting to get snow when you usually don't! I miss sledding!!

Tiffany said...

Yeah for snow! We love all the snow we get in winter. And congrats on 20 followers!

The Simple Life said...

I love this, and I love the pictures. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I agree with your comments too. I didn't like to be rocked and held has a child either, and I'm just fine. No murders in my past, no mental breakdowns! LOL. The point I was making is that no one is "right" when it comes to raising YOUR child. Do what you want.

My brother has a new baby and read this book about how to raise your child. Brax was sick the other day with a head cold and because the book said that if you let the cry it out they will learn to just go back to sleep. When they are sick and crying there is a reason, you should go to them.

That's all I'm saying, don't take all of the advice from a book, I wonder if the person who wrote that book even has children?

Hope you are having a great day!

Emmy said...

Very cute pictures! Snow when it is not the normal thing really is so special.

Angie Vik said...

Love the picture of the footprints in the snow.