Crazy Weather Weekend


This past weekend brought some scary, crazy weather around the U.S.

The North East was hit with a blizzard called Nemo that brought two to three feet of snow, and more than ten tornadoes hit Mississippi in the South this weekend! Sending love and prayers to all those effected by these events.

Here in Pennsylvania we had crazy weather too, but the pleasant kind – we had a break in our snowy, cold weather and saw some blue skies, sun and milder weather.

We started out with some backyard fun – playing in the melting snow. Who knew diggers could provide snow play fun?

Mason loving the digger...

While Mason enjoyed his digger, Cameron practiced his swing and funny faces…

And it's outta here!

We then ventured out to lunch with a friend, and after that we couldn’t help but get drawn outside again, by the glorious sun and mild weather. We made a stop at a local playground.

Here the neigh (horse) and duck stole the show.

Coolio and his Duck!


Blue sky day at the park!


Giddy UP!

This neighborhood park was a great find! It was tiny but clean and clearly it was the perfect place to take advantage of the break in the weather.

And when it was time to go Mason just had to make sure his new friends, the horse and duck, knew just how much fun he had had.  He sealed each friendship with a kiss goodbye…..

….and together all the germaphobes say “EEEEEEWWWWW!!!!” 😉


 Were you affected by the crazy weekend weather??


About Twin Mom

34 year old, born in a small steel town in South Africa, now living in a large Steel City in the US. Mother of twins and loving every moment.
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13 Responses to Crazy Weather Weekend

  1. Theresa says:

    We had a warm front come through and melted all the snow! Yay! Hopefully it stays gone now. Looks like you took full advantage of the break in your weather and had a great time!

  2. It was warmer here than there, but not a spectacular weekend. It’s going to be COLD in Alabama this weekend. So much for the cute clothes I planned to wear. Winter garb it is… Someone needs to remind Alabama that they’re in the south!

  3. Christianna says:

    I love all the pictures in this edition! My 2 favorites are probably Mason rocking the shades while riding the horse and Cameron sticking his tongue out. We ended up at the cabin. E loved going out to help shovel some snow off the deck and getting some outside play time. I can’t wait for the weather to really break; we love playing outside!

  4. Sista says:

    What fantastic fun was had by all. It’s so funny, because the park doesn’t look like much to look at, but clearly did provide some amazing entertainment for the twins…..looks can be deceiving. We have had some snow here in London and very cold weather. The snow is all gone now, but really feel that if it is going to be this cold, at least reward us with some more snow!!! This time of year REALLY makes me homesick and miss South Africa,all that hot weather, especially when I speak to Dad.

    • Twin Mom says:

      You are right – not much in the park but the sunshine, mixed with the joy of being outside made it fun! I agree, if it’s going to be cold, may as well have the snow outside :)

  5. Rosey says:

    Diggers are good for any kind of weather, you know. 😉

    We have snow to our knees one day and jacket weather the next, it’s crazy.

  6. Courtney says:

    I’m a germaphobe, and I say eeewwwww!

  7. OUPA says:

    They do love their diggers. What fun.
    Yes, the weather looks very cooold. While here in S.A. we are having very hot days. Lots of strong wind in the Cape. It’s the season. The good news is that it’s harvest time.
    Spent yesterday (14th) filming a commercial at Groot Constantia,Cape Town, in the very
    first vineyard ever planted in the then Cape Colony ,of the Dutch East India Co, 360 years ago . Everywhere one looked one saw the grapes being gathered. All that I could think of was the finished product.

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