Saturday, January 30, 2010

Nanook of the North

Baby Lu brought me a coat and shoes and insisted on going out to play in the snow. She had seen her siblings going in and out all day and wanted to give it a try.

On second thought, maybe I'll just stay on the porch.

Note the two little trails in the snow her feet made.

Asking me to take her for a walk. You're kidding, right?

Oh, a playmate!

Big brother to the rescue!


Not exactly snow shoes.

Can I at least ride this?

Ok, maybe I need to warm up a bit.

Note the red nose.

I can't tell if she really enjoyed herself, what do you think?

Now what do I do?


  1. Hello, for all students (at least high-school and the undergraduates) and others with an interest or enrolled in economics, homeschoolers esp., I have started a blog which will comprise study literature in a more entertaining form than standard textbooks, see
    CrisisMaven’s Economics Study Guide. It also contains a Reference List which aspires to eventually become the "one stop shop" for all economic data seriies, history, bibliographies etc.

  2. Can't wait to read your new study. I too, have taken an interest in studying creation!

  3. Oh how adorable she is! James would have nothing to do with the snow!

  4. I love that last cute!

  5. HOW ADORABLE!!! My little Liliana (2) wanted to go out SO BAD today, but I decided to let her wait until tomorrow. = )

    Big Brothers are the BEST aren't they?! = )

  6. Cute! Cute!

    I keep reading about you and Kimberly reading the Bible in 90 days, and I keep are they doing that? Could I do that? Should I be doing it too? Should I start it this summer?
    Still pondering....



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