-John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America
It's becoming increasingly harder to find creative ways to keep my boys entertained indoors during these bitterly cold winter days. I've exhausted every option I have ever dreamed up already, and I fear we have much longer to go before the white of winter is replaced with the green grass and colorful flowers of spring. I'm having flashbacks of the blizzard in May last year, and these aren't pleasant thoughts.
This is how we spent in our arctic January, outlined in a series of photographs.
I. Swim lessons.
II. Family Dates.
A. Toy store and dinner at the setting of Grumpy Old Men.
D. An unplugged family night at home.
|Photograph taken by Spencer.|
III. Daddy Night at Preschool.
IV. Outside Fun.
A. Frozen bubbles.
IV. Indoor Fun.
A. Book store date.
B. Riding bikes in the living room.
C. Hide 'n seek.
D. Watching snow plows.
V. Table Shenanigans.
VI. Landscape Photography.
A. Wearing the sweater knitted by David's great grandma, and now worn by both my boys.
B. Diaper booty.
C. Bath time fun.
D. "It's OK to Wake" alarm clock--an effort to get Spencer to stay in his room longer in the mornings and during naps.