Monthly Archives: March 2010

Snow, Part II

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So the first day of Spring arrives and what happens?  72 degrees and sunny and we have lunch out back in the gazebo?  Nnnoooo, we get snow!  Last time it snowed, I was a little under the weather (get it) but this time I wasn’t.  So Mommy and Daddy bundled me up and took me out to play.  My gloves are still a tad bit big….for a 2nd grader, but we made the best of it.  Here are some pics.  And some random other ones too.

Toys!

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Last weekend we had family in town with Gwen, Cory, Grandma and Grandpa Stover coming down from Kansas, and Grandma and Grandpa Jennings drove in from Greenville.  All to see me!  Nevermind the Dallas Stars game on Friday night and the St. Patrick’s Day block party on Saturday, it was all for me!  And who is this St. Patrick anyway, and why do we as Americans celebrate him?  Anyway, the Sunday after was really nice and Daddy and Mommy put up a swing for me.  And here I am in complete approval of their work!  Later in the week, Dad stopped by the store and picked up some balls for me.  He got me a soccer ball, football and a playground ball, with Sponge Bob Squarepants designs on it.  But of course my favorite thing was this free balloon.

Miscell….Aw, just Misc.

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Here are some random pictures of, who else?  Me!  I’ve become quite the ham in front of the camera lately.  Mommy and Daddy have been letting me try all kinds of new foods.  I had a Clementine in the grocery store which I sucked on for at least 20 minutes.  It kept me entertained and I didn’t try to grab everything I could reach anymore.  So, one pic is of me sucking on a lemon.  Not too bad.  I’ll let the captions explain the rest.

Snow!

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It’s been quite a winter here in Texas, we’ve had record snowfall for a day, a month and almost a year.  At least so I’ve been told.  Here are some pics of me outside.  I didn’t get to play in the snow too much because my snow clothes don’t fit yet, and I’m actually not a fan of the cold.  And a pic of our street, all snow covered, like the movie “A Christmas Story”.