Friday, December 07, 2007

Wyatt's First Snow

17 comments:

lala said...

Freakin' adorable. Oh, you remembered gloves - guess who didn't until her daughter held her hands up in front of her and started screaming. Bad, bad mommy.

Circus Kelli said...

Hee hee... he looks like he's gonna eat the snow... "YUM... SNOOOOOWWWW..."

Patience said...

Snow!! I wish we had snow here. Sometimes it may snow a little bit, sometimes you can actually see little specks of dandruffy snow on the grass. But we never get snow like that!

I want snow. But I don't want it to be cold!

Moi said...

Yea snow!

That look ... unbridled joy. I love it!

Susie said...

Oh, my heart. Lucky you two, getting to smooch those chilly cheeks.

Casdok said...

Very cute!

eclectic said...

I love that little snowman!!

Maddy said...

Judging by that expression I'd say it was a hit!
Cheers

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Jamie said...

So sweet! I love his hat!

Anonymous said...

That looks like an unshoveled driveway. You need to get out of the grocery store and get a shovel. Wyatt Blue is the man!

Platypus said...

Congratulations Wyatt! First snow is special. I'm glad he's having fun and that you've got the photos to show him when he's older. :)

Anonymous said...

Let him without snow cast the first ball.

Scarlett Wanna Be said...

Could I borrow him? Just as a prop kid...you know, when I want to have a cute and cuddly 2' person around to make me laugh...but not necessarily midget. You could make some money renting him out...to nice people only of course.

judypatooote said...

Wyatt is so adorable....I hope you explained not to eat the yellow snow.....LOL judy

The Egel Nest said...

Adorable...We have not gotten into the snow yet...we need a few more inches to play in it!


Bradley
The Egel Nest

charlotta-love said...

Oh man, I'm jealous. I'm wearing a tee-shirt today and the high is supposed to be 80. :o(

Heather said...

How soon before he ate it? We had about a centimeter of ice on the grass, and I couldn't stop my boys from trying to eat it.