Then, Wednesday night, it snowed 3 inches.
Both times, the snow was beautiful, soft, and powdery with huge flakes. I have never seen snow this beautiful and light before.
Tuesday, I took Lottie out while it was still snowing, so she could see snow. At first, she revealed that she has about as much love of the cold as her mother. Note the extremely unamused expression.
Then, she realized that something different was happening, and her curiosity was piqued.
We did not stay out too long, but she seemed to enjoy her first small snow experience.
Wednesday night, it snowed fairly hard our area. It was beautiful, so naturally we dressed warmly...
...and head out to play.
Notice the wonderful, huge flakes?
The next morning the world was transformed and gorgeous.
Again we bundled Lottie up, so she could get her first real snow experience.
Our little snow bunny
What a precious pair
Exploring the beautiful snowy woods
Happy puppy and happy puppy tracks
Making a snow angel
Our snow angel. Don't see it? Yeah, it was a rather ethereal angel.
Happy rosy noses and cheeks
It was a great morning. I love snow, especially when it only comes a couple of times a year. The North may make fun of how the South shuts down when we get a few inches of snow, but it means snow always equals fun and vacation and not an inconvenience.
Beautiful, peaceful snow
Happy, beloved snow
PS In a couple of the pictures, you can actually see Lottie's teeth. She has 3. In the top picture, you can see her top tooth peeking out below her lip on the right. In the bottom picture, you can see her bottom two front teeth. The one on the right has just come in, so it is more difficult to see. So, Gigi, you now have pictures of her teeth.