Well, we serenaded each other. I am guilty of loving these songs at least as much as she does. (Hint: Links to songs all throughout the post, so you can join in on the fun.)
Can't you just hear her saying, "Hey, Hudson. Do you wanna build a snowman? C'mon let's go and play."
We sang this. Over and over and over again. In fact, Hudson soon earned the nickname Olaf. There's kind of resemblance. Plus, this friendly guy gets a belly laugh out of my Huddy-buddy.
When it got a little warmer, our snowman's head fell off. Guess we found out what snowmen do in summer!
In honor of the snow, I dressed like the post-let-it-go Elsa.
Just kidding, her outfit is ridiculous! I wore a lot of thick socks, even thicker sweaters, and carried a large blanket around with me everywhere.
I did head out for a few minutes one night to test out my newest lens, because you know, the cold never bothered me anyway.
We also worked hard on preparing for Valentine's Day one morning.
After singing this song, I don't know 4 million times, we realized love is a few other things as well. I thought it'd be helpful to share our thoughts, in case, you still need some Valentine inspiration. Make sure you listen to the song. Otherwise, you won't be able to follow the beat.
"But with you,
I've found my place.
And it's nothing I've ever known before.
Love is ... an apple core.
Love is ... a grocery store.
Love is ... a dirty floor.
Love is ... the number four.
Love is ... a yummy s'more.
Happy Snow Day!
Happy Valentine's Day!
Lesson Learned: Tell me, doesn't Mark kind of look like Christof?