SNOW DAY… | Jennifer Probst


  1. Jen, The only hope is that they get older, more independent and let you have a time of your own. When my boys were teenagers, the put one of those chains of numbers outside my study door and told everyone “If you want to talk to Mom, you must take a number and wait until she enters the real world.:

  2. Angelique says:

    I wanted one of those snow days too! My day began with shoveling snow & then thanks to the internet I’ve been working from home all day – well at least I didn’t have to commute on the delayed trains. When it snowed last Friday, I, of course, shoveled. Then just as I was about to take my grumbling self inside to dry off I plopped down into the snow to make a couple of snow angels. – ha!

  3. Nancy Chaudhry says:

    It gets better as they get older (but only a little).

  4. Theresa says:

    Now that I have been home no better my dad hurt his shoulder so now me and my mom have to shovel, needless to say we will do it tomorrow. I am one lazy chick and I didn’t do anything. I know it is hard when you have kids for sure. My brother I don’t know how he did it but I remember going over his house when they were younger and my brother and sis in law were asleep the kids were getting there own cereal, when they were like 8 and 6 but maybe my brother felt like he had a break cause I was there. How rude!!! lol I never got any sleep when they were really little they would wake me up Aunt Tee Tee play with me noooooooo!!!!! lol! Only difference I can go home and be alone in my room for the rest of the night!!

  5. Can I have that do over too? Although we really didn’t get alot of snow here. It was all gone by the end of the day.

    Abbi 🙂

  6. Liz says:

    Oh you are such a good mommy! Enjoy it now – when they are older you’ll be like “where are you going?”

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