She was pretty excited to go out and helped Daddy force the storm door open through the snow drift.
While Daddy shoveled the walk way Harper loved to just throw herself into the snow bank on either side.
I call this next one "Snotsicles".
Once Piper fell asleep, I joined them outside.
We climbed in the snowbanks and across the lawn.
Yes, I did try to zipper her up to her chin, but it was a losing battle. She never complained of being cold though and she was so busy I'm sure she worked up some body heat. I honestly thought she'd last 10ish minutes out there and then get some snow in her face and want to come back in. But we were outside for about an hour and Harper loved every second of it!
Penny was desperate to join us. She's always been an indoor cat and mostly that doesn't bother her. But when all of us are outside she becomes very upset to be left behind.
Did you find her? She's at the bottom left corner of the storm door.
Sometimes she'd crawl up over the snow bank and into the deep snow covering the front lawn and then kick her legs and windmill her arms. She'd yell" I swimmin!"
We took a walk up the middle of our street, too. Harper got a kick out of being able to walk in the road (there was a statewide ban on driving from 4pm Friday through 4pm Saturday).
And she even made a snow angel!
We were supposed to have gone to the town's Winter Festival this morning, but it has been postponed until tomorrow because of too much winter. Tomorrow should be a great day for it though and I am really looking forward to going!
Once Piper woke up we headed back in. She didn't go out in the storm, but she did get a peak at the snow!