I said it in a post earlier this week, but this bears repeating..
Snow is like crack for kids.
You heard it here first folks.
And I brought evidence.
Gone are the sweet images of my children frolicking in a winter wonder land,
with rosy cheeks,
and gleeful smiles.
And hello to this:
Ice cycles doubling as nose pickers/refreshments.
Which I must say, I do appreciate.
This way all boogers stay outdoors.
Because, one thing no one told me about parenting is the amount of time and energy I would spend scrubbing boogers off walls.
I sometimes feel the need to just throw in the towel and paint over them.
But that would be gross.
And I would never do that… but my friend did once.. yes, a friend.
Children are equipped with the ability to feel no pain while on snow crack.
In terms of cold that is.
But your sister bumping you with the delicateness of a downy feather??
Well that entices howling pain and possible collapse on the ground.
But chilling temps, cold wet feet, red hands and looming darkness will not detour a child from the snow.
This only leads me to believe that it’s a crazy kid drug.
And what I wouldn’t give to be on it.
No rules weekend
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