I am a bit behind on my blogging, but it’s been a busy month for the entire family. Two weeks ago we finally got a good snow so that the kids and Matt could have their day of sledding and building snow people. It’d felt like such a long time since I’d taken my camera out to photograph the kids–so I was happy to capture a few shots of the kids making snowballs to throw at their dad and me. After collecting enough photographs, I headed back inside to pack up my camera so that I could drive over to the sledding hill in our neighborhood. The kids, moms and dads took turns flying down this steep fast hill on sleds, tubes, and twisters. We were a bit hesitant to let Levi go down by himself but he insisted, so we put him on a slower sled and he did just fine making his way down the hill. On one ride, my neighbor Karla and I went down together and I had my eyes closed and screamed the whole way! Every now again it feels good to be a kid again. I know Matt was so happy for the snow. We’d driven up to Ski Liberty back in February just so he and the kids could go snow tubing–it turned out to be one of the hill’s busiest days ever and so we only managed about 5 or so runs. Hopefully next winter will bring us more snow to play in, but for now, I am so ready for spring to arrive. With Easter and Passover just around the corner, it would be nice to get outside for spring portraits, tromping through mud, and playing on the jungle gym. And I bet the kids would like that too.