Happy week to you too! Snow - that sounds so fun - my girls have never seen it. There's a groupon for some place up north where you can get innertubes and slide down a hill. Husband is excited but I'm thinking of all the gear we'll need to find/borrow. My girls don't even have gloves, much less waterproof anything. Can't wait to hear about your boys in the snow!
Sorry you're still coughing - hope you're feeling well otherwise!
Both girls whining up a storm this morning claiming various illnesses and injuries. A week w/out school - they realized how awesome it is!
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