Thursday, February 08, 2007

It snowed last night!

Iain woke us up at 5am this morning, and after I put him back to bed, I peeked out the window and was delighted to see snow! There was soft covering on everything turning into a crystal fairy land. It began melting off pretty quickly, but we did manage to go outside and let Iain play in the snow before it disappeared.



This was also Iain's first go at trying out the slide at the campus playgound.

He doesn't look too sure about it.

Iain thought the snow was pretty cool. He giggled and giggled when Daddy gently tossed snowballs to him... until one hit him on the head. We're such cruel parents. Both of were completely convulsed with mirth after Brian hit him. It was really funny. I'm sure that we looked like monsters to passers-by, pelting our kid with snowballs and laughing!

You can see that he is rethinking his previous position on snow. Maybe it isn't so great after all.

Bu he is soon back to his precious smiling self and Mama got the pretty picture she wanted.

9 comments:

Susan said...

He looks like Brian, especially in that pouty picture. :D

heidi jo said...

THAT IS HYSTERICAL!!!!! i LOVE your parenting style. ;) too cute.

giggling at your sweet little guy's expense. hee hee...

Bethel said...

I am glad to see we aren't the only parents who torture our child in the snow! Caleb and Iain will have to get together to compare snow horror stories someday. :)

Jordan said...

I'm still trying to figure out where the money for therapy is going to come from. :)

Jay Fontanini said...

He won't need therapy - just tell him he is a wretched sinner and he is getting much better than he deserves.

Keep up the parenting!

April said...

That is great Jordan! I love it!

Compleat Mom said...

I was going to say he looked a lot like Jordan--the teddy bear ear picture (uh, I think it was the 2nd or 3rd one of him.)

Beautiful pictures.

Kilby said...

He is getting insanely cute. Whoa.

Devil A Song UK said...

Iain is too cute and doubt worry about the therapy, just blaim it on something else or tell him he just THINKS that all snowballs and other frozen things are out to get him.