The adventures of Kurt, Sarah, Ethan, Reid & Leah

Ain’t nothing going to break her stride

Throughout our outdoor winter adventures, being the youngest in the group doesn’t cause Leah to blink, not once. The boys go ice skating and she is in tears because she can’t do it too. Tears that stem from her parents lack of knowledge on the proper skates for her size than her inability to achieve success.

The cute little white skates with the fur trim, the ones with absolutely no ankle support, are not for beginners.

The cute little white skates with the fur trim, the ones with absolutely no ankle support, are not for beginners. Watching her poor ankles here made us both wince!

And then of course anything the boys can climb, she can climb too. Quite often with lots of help from them. They get just as much of a kick out of her achievements as she does.

 

Success is followed by a quick scramble down and a return to do it again.

Success is quite often followed by a quick scramble down and a return to do it again.

 

 

Although making snow angels is a winter activity all her own.

Although making snowangels is the snow activity all her won.

There is no telling the impression that this year will have on her, but for certain it has solidified her status as one not to be reckoned with in this household.

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Nobody’s going to slow her down … oh no … got to keep on movin’

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Comments

  1. Chuck Maland says:

    We’re enjoying the snow adventures you’re experiencing this winter in Oslo. Thanks for sharing.

  2. This post is still making me laugh!!!

  3. Ashley Harkrider says:

    Avery says “Leah’s eyes are green like mine. I am learning my letters and numbers too. I will write to Leah to say Hi, I love you, I miss you.”

  4. Kathy Lowe says:

    Hi…never thought Leah looked at all like me but the last picture was really a surprise…some of me in there!!!XXOO

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