There’s still a lot of snow on the ground even though it’s stopped falling from the sky. As much as I hate it, i’ve wanted to take the boys out to play but they have NO snow clothes, and I fear them getting cold or frost bitten within minutes.
I can remember as a child playing outside in the snow for hours, or our many trips to the Ski Resort.. and only staying warm thanks to body warmers. Those lovely little packs of warmth you stick in your gloves or shoes to warm up your hands and feet. I LOVE those things, and I think they’re a must if your little one is going to venture out into the snow to play.
And with the lack of snow shoes for the boys, I think Foot Warmers are even more important. Those would save many a frost-bitten toe. Especially since we don’t have a working fire place to come in and warm yourself by after hours in the freezing cold wet weather like I did when I was little.
After breaking my leg at a Ski Resort when I was little (Skiing by Wiki), I don’t think we’ll be going to one of those any time in the near future- if ever, but I do think the boys would love to go out and play in the snow, even if I hate it.. so snow clothes and warmers are going to be a necessary evil. I wish I lived in a place where it doesn’t snow EVER so I didn’t have to worry about this so much!
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