Wednesday, January 5, 2011

{Wordful Wednesday} Black Snow Bunnies: My Babies and their Granddad On Christmas Vacation

There is absolutely nothing more peaceful to me than spending time with three of my favorite people in the world: My daughters and my dad. Where he lives,  there is peace. And around this time of year, a bit of snow, too—something my girls don't get to see much down here in Georgia. So, as you can imagine, it was no time before they were out rolling around, licking and throwing the white stuff—just as I was putting my new iPhone Hipstamatic app to good use. Here, some of our favorite moments in the snow. Enjoy!

Footprints in fresh snow

And it wouldn't be good, clean fun without some snow angels!

This child has been eating the white stuff since her first snow at eight months. We taught her early: Stay away from the yellow snow. 

All that chocolate in snow ought to be illegal!

My Mari, keeping her head to the sky

Did I mention that my father NEVER played in the snow when I was little? The man will do anything for his granddaughters—even take some cold ones to the dome. Ha!

My Mari took this shot. Made me look pretty.

My Daddy, with his handsome self.

How could you not find peace on such a beautiful piece of land?

My people.

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  1. These photos are absolutely stunning! You should come to MN and play in some DEEP snow. . . although--it is annoyingly cold out right now--even for a winter girl like me!

  2. Unmatched beauty! Looks like everyone had an amazing time =).

  3. Gorgeous. You have a beautiful family!

  4. @Jodilee0123: Uh, uh--no ma'am. That little three inches was MORE than enough for us! LOL! We're originally from NY/NJ, so let's just say we don't miss the mess!

    @Barbara: THANK YOU! We did...

    @Jenny: You're so sweet—thank you!

  5. These photos are just wonderful!! Oh, I always love these special moments with the kids and grandparents - they are priceless!!! And I love that you've got such great pics capturing these special moments.

    The girls are so beautiful! :-)

  6. @Yakini: Yes, those moments with the grands are priceless. Whenever I witness it, I just don't want it to end. Thank you for the lovely complements!

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