Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Snowcation Bucket List

In light of the white nasty stuff snow that is about to get dumped on the Charlotte area and with inspiration from Kelli's staycation bucket list, I decided to make a Snowcation Bucket List for us!

 
  • Play in the snow. As much as I hate it, Clay loves it so I'll do it for him!
  • Drink hot chocolate and eat cookies. My reward for going out in the wet yucky stuff :) Plus Clay will like this too!
  • Bake cookies. Make pancakes. Then eat them all.
  • Give Clay his Valentine's Day present early and watch it! I got Clay Planes and I'm Clay is excited to watch it again.
  • Watch the Olympics and have a picnic in the living room. We did this several times during football season and Clay loves it!
  • Have a pool party in the tub! Clay hasn't been doing well with bathtime since he had the dry skin issue so I thought this might be a fun way for him to enjoy the tub.
  • Catch up on crocheting and work on stocking my etsy shop. You know, for when Clay is playing with his kitchen for hours on end.
  • FaceTime with the family.
  • Go through Clay's clothes. I feel like I do this all the time but his 12 month clothes are just getting too short so it's time to say bye bye.
  • Rest. Days off through the week don't happen very often so it will be nice to have some downtime and just stay at home!

Any ideas for things I should add?


What are your plans for your Snowcation? (Unless you're lucky enough to live where it's warm and dry... Or you're a northerner who is used to this mess.)


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5 comments:

Sally Tharpe Rowles said...

Sounds like fun!

Kelli @She Crab Soup said...

Add lots of naps and some book reading, those are my favorites when I'm trapped inside!

Miranda said...

This is a really cute idea! You guys will make lots of memories during your snowcation I'm sure. :)

Miranda
youngprogress.blogspot.com

Desiree Macke said...

I can't believe I'm actually going to say this (type it, whatever) out loud, but I WISH we had a snowcation coming our way. Instead, we're warming up. I *want* a reason to wear sweat pants and make hot cocoa!
Have you tried making snow ice cream? It looks SUPER easy. If you do make it, be sure to catch fresh snow (ie. put a big buck outside asap to catch the fresh stuff).
Here's a recipe I want to try in the worst way. Only 5 ingredients!
http://www.gimmesomeoven.com/how-to-make-snow-ice-cream-recipe/

Liz said...

Love this list. How'd it go? Did you complete your list? Looking forward to hearing all about it.. (I'm assuming you will be posting about it!)