Pictures taken in the snow are my favorite.
I love them because it is the best light.
With the best glow off the snow so..
you really can’t go wrong.
Let’s face it: Snow pictures make the prettiest pictures.
The Saturday following Christmas we took the kids sledding on the hill I grew up sledding on.
The kids loved it.
I was surprised by little Tess, she was the first to hop on the sled and go down.
Kids smiles are priceless.
They enjoyed having grandpa and dad spin them around and send them down the hill.
They also made a contest out of seeing who could go the farthest.
This is Isaac walking up the hill with his sad face on because he didn’t make it the farthest.
I stopped him half way up and told him to just be happy about the fun we were having.
He gave me this look:
Then I made him give me a smile; this is the best I could get:
Then he decided to push his sleigh up the hill…
and smile and go down the hill again anyways.
You can’t go sledding with out taking the time for some warm nose kisses.
…and every picture folder isn’t complete with out a Tween trying to throw a snowball at you.
I decided that I needed a turn to go down that hill from my past too.
I decided that I would be less scared if I had a partner to go down with the next time.
Then our cousins showed up.
It was fun watching the kids play with their cousins, aunt, and uncles.
It’s always fun to share something with those we love.
I enjoyed hanging with my sisters.
I also enjoyed watching the littles go down the hill,
and seeing the little cuties all bundled in their snow gear.
Tess loved having London around to sleigh with.
My sisters love having Stella around to babysit the littles.
It was a fun day.
One of those memorable days.
Oh, and the best sort of days because I got to take pictures in the snow.