Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Of course he would love icicles

We got six inches of snow here on Sunday evening. On Monday morning, I blew up Little Elvis sled and steeled myself for a morning outside enjoying the white stuff.He tested out his sled before hitting "the slopes," and it met his approval.
Once outside, he clomped through the powder, which was up to his knees in some areas.
I tried to make us snowballs, but it wasn't really the consistency for that. So we sledded over to visit the neighbors. Little Elvis spent a few minutes trying to gain entry into their house and I ended up dragging a screaming boy back home. Snow does not bring out the best in either of us. Maybe he was just cold.

When Bob got home, we headed back out, and although Little Elvis still wasn't too impressed with the snow, he did find something outside that he liked -- icicles! (He even has his own version of this word! The mimicking is really picking up!) Here he is munching on a beloved icicle.

This love of icicles comes as no surprise to me -- the only thing I craved while pregnant with him was ice. I would happily munch on ice day and night (and much to my co-workers dismay, I did!)

Little Elvis also likes ice, and usually wants a cube or two if we go out to eat. Whenever he demands one, I just smile. Of course my baby would like ice.


Blogger Kristi said...

I used to eat ice like crazy when I was little. I guess that explains my affinity for snowcones, even now as an adult. ;)

3:48 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

How cute!!!

DJ would put is foot way up in my rib and I would literally push it down and could feel it was a foot - he now has a birth mark on the bottom of his foot?!?!?!?!?

4:08 PM  
Blogger mpotter said...

oh wonderful! and icicles come in easy to carry packages.

love the pic of snow to his knees! and an adorable sled. of course, why would i know about those down here in GA?? not very useful to me, i s'pose.

11:38 AM  
Blogger Scarlet O'Kara said...

Great photos of Little Elvis. How cute is that about his love of ice...

And thank for the comment. The entire O'Kara household is getting on the Healthy Lifestyle Bandwagon.

Have a blessed day.

10:21 PM  
Blogger Ann(ie) said...

HE has got seriously the most stylin little snow outfits!!! Love the pics ... he is so darn cute, girl!

10:58 PM  
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