Feb 20, 2008

Wordless Wednesday

Outdoor Fun

Indoor Yum

56 comments:

the dragonfly said...

Wow, that first picture brings back memories...

(the second one does too, but those memories are only about a week old.. ;)

ALM said...

Ahhhh..... So nice.

Steph said...

Those boys sure know how to have fun! :)

Mountain Dweller said...

How long did it take them to make that "igloo"? My kids would love all that snow, but we've only had about 3 flakes here this year! :(

Tracey said...

Great pics! I loved making snow forts...

Amy said...

wow! my boys would love to be playing in the snow like this! how fun is that?

My Ice Cream Diary said...

Awww. The snow cave makes me long for the winters of my childhood. It never seems to snow as much as it did when I was a kid. Stupid global warming!

Just little ol'me said...

Yummy, that's looks like fun.

I love the snow, just don't want to live in it.....until I see pictures like that!!!

Christie said...

I am hyperventilating looking at them in that snow cave. I worry it will fall down on them. But, I do, however, want to help them like the batter in picture number two.

Dawn said...

I've never made a snow cave before. Aren't I deprived? ;) I want to take my kids to the mountains this weekend and try.

Chantal said...

Looks like fun. I see Norway is getting as much snow as Canada. Is it a big year for snow there too?

Aliki2006 said...

I am so longing for that snow cave--it looks fabulous!! And that yum...what IS it? Cake batter? Brownies? Yum indeed.

Professor J said...

great pictures!

Amy Y said...

Wow! That first picture is one of the coolest I've seen!! Looks like they are having fun!

Lisa @ Take90West said...

Your boys are having the BEST winter ever!
Loved those pics!

Mrs. G. said...

The power of friendship and frosting.

kim-d said...

Oh, Heidi, those are so cute! I love the Outdoor Fun/Indoor Yum captions! I just love the pix you share with us, but it does make me long to hop a plane to Norway!

Mrs. Annie said...

Very cool...pardon the pun!

texas_sweetie said...

sure alot of fun to be in a snow cave huh? nice photos here.hope you can check out mine too

http://texas-sweetie.blogspot.com/2008/02/speechless.html

Mary Beth said...

Hmmm ... Whatcha making? It looks yummy! Happily, I don't think I've ever been in enough snow to make a snow fort but they seem to be having a ball!

Kellan said...

Oh My! My Little Billy would so LOVE hanging out with your boys building forts in the snow!! Cute pictures!

Have a good day Heidi - I'm off to get rid of some shoes (*sigh*) - see ya. Kellan

Teachin' this mommy new tricks! said...

they look like they are having fun! cute boys

Christine said...

What a cool cave!

Mighty Morphin' Mama said...

what a great snow fort!! I loved doing that when I was a kid.

Kathryn said...

What great pics! And I love the captions!
I used to love making snow forts. One of my favorite winter pasttimes. I can't wait until the boys are all old enough to do that stuff. And maybe if this weather would ever get warm enough to actually take them outside for more than 10 minutes! ;)
Great pics!

Liesl said...

I used to dig snow caves like that growing up in Michigan. I hadn't thought about them in years. Thanks for the trip down Memory Lane :)

Wonderful World of Weiners said...

Even though I am absolutley miserable, I LOVE these pics!! They make me want to get off my tooshie and have fun!!!

Hallie

MamaGeek said...

This was BRILLIANT! I love that. I especially love how your family is always active.

ewe are here said...

Snow cave...very cool.

Laura said...

So perfectly perfect!

Valarie said...

I wanna build a snow fort! I guess I'll have to settle for a sand castle....

Karen said...

They know how to have fun.

Mary Alice said...

Was that all the same day? Seems like an extra good one for the childhood memory bank.

Jennifer (Jen on the Edge) said...

Wow. We've never done anything quite like the first photo. It looks cold, but fun.

Victoria said...

That first one reminds me of my (cold and snowy) childhood.

Lovely pics, as always!!!

carrie said...

Oooooh, I love snow forts!

And licking the bowl too! :)

LaskiGal said...

Wow! How much fun are they having? OK, is the first pic a hole (down) or a cave? Doesn't really matter . . . it's snow . . . it's fun.

And lickin' the bowl is the BESTEST part!

jen said...

i always feel like i should feel cold when i come here and visit but instead i always leave feeling warm.

dkuroiwa said...

What an absolutely wonderful way to spend an afternoon!!
Cold...but wonderful!!!

Karen MEG said...

What a great photo! Especially the first one.
And, yes, extremely jealous about your Xmas pressie - of course, well-deserved! You'll have to have the *jambon avec fromage* and a biere for me at least.
Ian is going not once by TWICE this year, I'm still trying to figure out a way to tag along...

Ree said...

Love those red and yellow boots.

familymclean said...

Both photo's say so much, no words are needed to describe the fun.
Fantastic!

E said...

Great snow cave...I love wordless wednesdays

LoriD said...

That snow cave is cool. I remember doing that as a kid.

jennwa said...

I love the first picture. That looks like so much fun.

shay said...

Amazing fun!
AND awesome yummy food!

Ivan said...

Sorry. Look please here

gmcountrymama said...

Cool snow cave. My kids love to make those. With help, of course.

Barrie said...

I'm missing the snow...

And I think you should run a chocolate contest once a month. :)

kim-d said...

Have a great weekend, Heidi! I'll talk to you Sunday night :).

Misty said...

Look at that snow cave! That is so cool!

kimmy said...

My kids love digging snow tunnels too! And, is that chocolate in the bowl?

Kimmy

Cathy said...

I have NEVER lived anywhere that got that kind of snowfall!

Um ... is that chocolate, by any chance?

The Lady Who Doesn't Lunch: said...

Your fun in the snow photos almost make me want to go outside ;)

Kyla said...

Great photos!

painted maypole said...

oh i used to make holes in big snow piles like that... the memories. i wish i had photos from that time!