Bear Lake in the Winter

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Brinlee lost another tooth, but I wasn’t risking life and limb to go retrieve it and leave money. So I left her a note.

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And this is what she decided to do. She cleared a path. Not exactly what I had in mind, Brinlee. Does the toothfairy get workman’s comp if she breaks a leg on the job?

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This was our year to go to Bear Lake for President’s Day weekend. We didn’t take a high chair, and Georgia was just starting on solids, so Adam was her high chair. He’s such a pro.

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The cousins did a Valentine exchange.

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Isn’t that beautiful? The scenery is stunning year round.

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There wasn’t much snow this year, which is unusual.

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The kids went out some and walked on the ice at the very edge of the lake (with adults present).

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Most of them fell through at some point, but the water was only knee deep on them. Cold, but not deep enough to get hurt.

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Daddy brushing Daisy’s hair after a shower.

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Sawyer and Parker playing with a Hotwheels race track.

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For some reason the young kids want to play Risk all the time.

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They seem to know what they are doing.

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Playing upstairs in the kid room. It’s not really a loft because it’s not open to the level below.

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It is just one huge, gigantic room that covers the entire third floor.

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It’s so great that we can take advantage of Bear Lake year round now. We get a winter holiday every year.

 

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We had a little birthday party for the March and February birthdays.

 

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Daddy and Daisy took a little nap.

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