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    Default Dylan and the yellow snowman!

    Here are some pictures of Dylan in the snow and a little YouTube of me trying to stop Dylan weeing on the neighbours snowman a second time! We were only out for 10 minutes, I had to carry Dylan home and shower him before I could take his coat off

    YouTube here.





    Notice Dylan's baby photo on the window. "Why did you open the doors mum?!"
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    Phoebes coat went like that last year. It feels strange. Lucky you with snow. We just had a fall over night and it melted again.
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    Poor Dylan does`nt look impressed with his snow balls, and as for peeing up the snowman, boys will be boys as they say, Jasper went to my sister in laws a few years ago now and peed on a present under the tree, it was so embarrassing, she was fine about it but we did`nt take him back with us whenever we go to see her now.

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    Aw how gorgeous, The snow looks beautiful!! Gosh i have never seen snow before, Australia is defiantly missing out!
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    Wow Pauline the snow balls Dylan picked up were pretty impressive

    Leo's new coat comes up over his chest so I didnt have too many to defrost when we got home after our morning walk

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    He doesn't look too impressed ...but very cute as usual!
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    He was more upset about me picking him up and walking home when he thought we were on the way to the park. He later picked up a little snow in the back garden and was jumping up at the bath to have a warm shower.

    He's not a happy bunny today, won't take his pills (and that's never been a problem) and he's on hunger strike again. Oh...wait...I can here him eating now.
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    It's amazing to see all that snow,looked like Dylan wasn't the only one enjoying it.It always makes me feel like a big kid again when it snows...hope we have some again this year over here.
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    LOL!!! Tooo funny Pauline! Dylan is just adorable, even when he's mad!!
    Sara, mommy to Kosmo ~ 4 year blenheim boy and Faith 3 year b/t girl *rescue*

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    Just love seeing them out in the snow - although Dylan looks a bit put out with the snow balls in his ears and feet
    We had some snow but not as much as you.
    Sandra
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    My Darling Cinders and Lady Jane waiting at the Bridge

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