I’ll make this brief because I’m tired and have no business blogging at 10:30 at night. Honestly, I should be fighting my insomnia by now.
Anyway, I’ll start the Blizzard post with a picture of Jackson on Friday. He had a fever and didn’t part with Uniqua for about 36 hours. (She is the pink blob underneath his bottom in the picture.)
This was taken when the blizzard first got going. Keep in mind that it was 65 degrees the day before.
Since Chuck was deprived of igloo-building as a child, he fulfilled a lifelong fantasy and built one on Friday.
Jake the Roomie helped because it wouldn’t be fitting for any adult male to not take part in building an igloo. This kind of endeavor takes man-skills (and a Rubbermaid lid).
The igloo building continued after the little boys went to bed. (Perfection takes time.)
He was happy. Covered in snow, but happy.
Jeremy was happy, too, to wake up Saturday morning and see the finished igloo in the front yard. Since the temperature rose to nearly 45 degrees that day, playing outside was more enjoyable.
By Sunday, the temperature was back in the 60s and there was little snow to play with. All the neighborhood kids were out enjoying every last bit, including Chuck and Jake, who impaled the small children with snowballs.
And finally, here is Jeremy in his father’s old Superman pajamas. We were nice and let him wear the cape to bed.
Now I’m going to bed.