We were told it was snow. I'm not sure if you know but the only "snow" Texas usually sees is either flocked on Christmas trees or pumping out of some machine during a Christmas production.
Needless to say, once we all realized what was going on, we spent a good amount of time playing in it on Christmas and the day after. C was NOT shy as you can tell ...
("What? Is this not how it works?") He literally just stopped and threw himself into the snow.
(This what happens when daddy lays down and asks you if you can do snow angels too. He wasn't ready for the cold on his head, apparently.)
(Playing with our neighbor, sweet B! Have I mentioned we have the best neighbors EVER? Our boys LOVE each other!)
(Sliding down the icy steps with daddy = pure JOY)
(And suddenly? He went to the front door and was OVER. IT. He and Frosty both look a little "deflated" dontcha think?)
I'll post some pics from Christmas Day later, we had a great day with family and C got more trains (or I should say things with wheels) than I think any toy store has in stock.
I hope your Christmas was just as merry and, if you were lucky, just as WHITE!