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Monday, December 15, 2008

Sledding time!

Brian was so excited that it was snowing this weekend! He drove to Big 5 while Bree was napping so he could surprise her with a sled that he could pull her on. A little girl at her daycare had given her a brand new snowsuit last year, jacket and all, and it worked perfect for this year! At first she wasn't too keen on the idea of sledding...he wanted me to just put her on the sled and he would start running...but she wanted no part of that. So, after me getting on the sled with her in between my legs and Brian pulling both of us, she was all for it! She kept telling Brian, "Faster daddy! Go faster!" "Run daddy!" I am glad we had her experience the sledding thing here at home before we take her after Christmas to a "real sled park". She loved it though. Here is a video of her first trip down our driveway...it's hard to see, as it was 4:30pm and getting dark. So squint your eyes and you can see how much fun she had!
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6 comments:

The Mounts' said...

Too cute!!! Looks like fun, I can't wait to come over and have Brian pull me!!!! hahahaha

Alicia said...

I'm SO jealous you guys have snow! Bree is a cute little snow bunny!

The Pawlak's said...

Very sweet! I love to hear little kids laugh. I think it is the most precious thing! I hope it snows when I'm up there next week! See you soon!

Jana, Jeff and Jaydin Gilchrist said...

How fun! She sounds like she is having so much fun!

The Dragt Family said...

That was darling! What a great time! I wish we had some snow here. Natalie has been dying to play in the snow! It set a record here at 82 degrees on Sunday. Then a northern blew in and yesterday morning it was only 20 and since then it has only warmed up to 31. Quite the temperature swing! So right now it is down right chilly but no moisture in the air. Probably not going have snow. :(

Becky said...

That looked like so much fun! The dogs seemed to be having a ball too. It looks like we're getting even more snow this week so you can put that sled to more use.