Snow day

Hey readers,

Well after all the publicity it has finally arrived, SNOW ❄

It was lovely to see my boys super excited and my youngest this year taking a real interest in the white stuff even with caution!

Whilst having a little walk with my eldest around where I lived we had fun exploring the snow.

My son was really interested in why the snow is hear and why does it melt. So we spend quite a while discussing the snow formation and the clouds being heavy and tempatures causing it to frost.

We had fun building a snowball and a fight, brrr! My son wanted to take his snowball home which I said yes but making sure that once it is at home it will start to melt due to the temperatures. Which to be fair to him he was really good and accepting that explanation.

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I love the way snow can alter smothing ordinary even if it is just grass I find specular. Yeah I have a sad life but I enjoyed our little walk capturing the moment as you can see below.

Hope you have enjoyed the recent snowfall 😁

Cheers for reading X

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

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19 thoughts on “Snow day

  1. I’m so jealous of your snow! I hope we get some before long. There are many learning opportunities to be had with snow. Looks like you guys had loads of fun. #TwinklyTuesday

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  2. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen proper snow, but I used to love the way it makes everything look so clean and bright (until it starts to thaw). It must be exciting for little ones and I hope your sons snowball didn’t melt too quickly.

    xx

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  3. snow really does transform the landscape and the process behind it is actually fascinating, quite a hard one for little minds to grasp really. Looks like it was a big learning curve for your young man learning that the snowball couldn’t come home. Lovely photos of a very wintry looking town, we are still waiting for snow in Cornwall, fingers crossed we see a little before spring arrives. Thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.

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