On Saturday, Son and I went for a walk in the new snow. Well, I walked. He rode the toboggan and snapped photos all the way to the pond. He has a completely indestructible digital camera made for kids -- the kind of camera that you can leave outside in the pouring rain, totally forget about, find, despair of ever using again, and then, miraculously, use to snap the following photos. (After you dry it out, change the batteries, and wait for it to snow.) So, here's the kid's eye view of our outing the other day. (The only editing of any kind that I did was to crop out the camera strap from the edge of one photo.)
I might as well confess that I really am nine and a half feet tall.
Yes, those are sneakers. He left his snow boots at daycare.
I double-bagged his feet in grocery sacks under his shoes.
He didn't seem to mind.