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Daddy returned, minus one Abby but having convinced Hannah and Becca that there was much fun to be had outside.

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However, Becca was not impressed with the hill.

She immediately headed for the swings. Which took her a while since the snow was a bit too deep for little legs and she would not keep her mittens on. It’s very difficult to explain to a 2-year-old that the reason her hands keep getting cold and snowy is because she keeps pulling off those annoying things that Mommy and Daddy put on her hands…

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While Becca was learning that swinging is more of a warm-weather activity, Hannah thoroughly enjoyed the hill.

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Having given up on the swing, Becca decided that watching Hannah from the top of the hill and applauding was fun.

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And Daddy got her back on the sled for one last trip down the hill.

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Nope, still not terribly impressed. And with very cold, frozen little hands, it was time to take our littlest sledder back inside to warm up.

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Hannah stayed out for a while longer, but the lateness of the evening finally got to her and she came inside for warmth and dinner.

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I think I need to find Becca some new mittens before we try any more outside activities!