That is awesome! I love it! My hubby will snowplow and shovel and make me promise I won't come outside to help. Oh, okay.
Good reason. No, awesome reason.
He's a treasure.. but look at it this way too.. awesome resistance training for these long distance thingemies he does!!
love it!! awesome indeed - my hubby will do that, too... where is our snow?? (s.western va)
that is a dang good snow fort.
Wow!!!! I'm impressed! It almost looks like an igloo! Won't be seeing any of that ever here in sunny Hawaii!
this is such an adorable post! and seriously, that snow fort is amazing!! we are heading up to the mountains of nc next week. save some snow for us!!
What lucky girls you have! Makes me want to go out and build a snow fort...the only problem is that I live in Mississippi!
Daughters and fathers just melt your heart!
I'll add my voice to the chorus: that is awesome...he is awesome!
that is so awesome!I can't show this to my husband though -- he already wishes we lived in the snow... this will make him way too envious (because I have a feeling those smiles he's sporting aren't forced). ;)
um, yeah. and he's a freaking GENIUS! okay, i have lived in snow ALL my life... feet and feet worth of snow every winter... and it has never occurred to me or anyone around me to use a cooler to make huge snow blocks. dude, TOTAL genius. and you can tell him i said it.
Very clever! What a great dad!
Oh what a keeper! - LOL Looks like everyone won! The girls are beaming as usual, and hubby had a great work out and is beaming too! And you got a few moments of quiet - joy all round! (I imagine your heart just swells - hugs)
He's not too hard on the eyes either. Definitely a keeper!
I don't think I've ever seen such a great igloo fort before! The cooler = Genuis!
What a fun Dad! Mine's a keeper, too.
Yup, he's a keeper! I'm usually a shovel-and-heave builder but I'm going to look for the cooler the next time we get a good snowfall!
This made me smile. What fun!!!
I'm showing this to my hubs so that if we have kids, I can explain to him that I'd also like to remain inside the cosy house while he builds snow forts heehee!!
HAHAHAHAHAH!!! I love it!awh, I'm still chuckling....yep, he's a keeper, LOL!
aaw so adorable
Oh, my kids would be so envious. I never thought to use a cooler, what an awesome idea.
He is a good man and a good dad, huh?! And handsome too.
How long did that take Razor to do?Yep, I do think you are truly and thoroughly blessed! What a handsome family you are :0)Thanks for sharing this made me smile!Merry Christmas
What a cool dad! Looks like the girls loved it. :D
Wow...it's big enough for them to stand inside...that's awesome. Looks like a face with a big mouth...just needs some eyes and a nose!!:)Great photos of the man....so sorry we missed meeting him...one day, one day!:)
OH how I want a "little" snow now---great idea!
What a great dad (and hubby!:) ) !!! I love that he used a cooler for the snow; what a great idea! I wish we got enough snow to do that here in CT...oh wait, I take that back!
how freakin' cool is he AND is that!
You are SO lucky! The girls are SOOO cute in their snow fort!
What a guy! Lucky you, lucky girls. :)
Too cute!!! And finally a use for that cooler in the wintertime.L,A-
he such a good guy and quite the cutie too. good combination. looks like the girls really liked their snow fort from the best daddy in their view.i wish i would of seen the cyber monday deal. i need to buy more of your soap. i loved everysingle bar that we traded for. now i need to decide what flavors i want this time and buy a few.take care and have a great week.we had tons of snow and wind. it was so beautiful and sunny but still barely ten degrees out there. i stayed in and finished knitting that second sock of my second pair. yipee for me.take care
Does that man have green eyes too? What a keeper :)
that's just awesome!
What an amazing dad; and because he takes such time with his girls while they're young, they'll take time with him when he is old. Such a man for a father (and husband!)is a real treasure, indeed.
Oh, those "keepers" are the best. I know. I have one too :) We are lucky.Great pics as usual, Dana!
What an awesome post. You lucky girl!And I hadn't considered using a cooler to make an igloo. :)
I grew up in the snow and I've NEVER seen a cooler used for snow fort building...INGENIOUS!!!
How funny!!! We used to make igloo when we were kids and we had snow back in the day!!! I am glad we got a good snow. Russ
Wow. That is SO awesome! You are very blessed :)
What a wonderful memory for your girls!
Your kids are the luckiest kids alive...how much fun is this!!Oh right...for the adults as well :)
What good memories they'll have!Yeah, that one's a keeper!
This should be posted all over!
I bet he's having as much fun as they are!
Golly... you're husband and my husband should get together. They'd be two peas in a pod.
That is AWESOME! I want a snow fort too.
But, that's what a GOOD Daddy is supposed to do. LOVE their children and play well too. Great pics!
That is so great to see a woman praise her hubby. I hear too many women complaining. It is awesome that your hubby loves spending time with the kids! I love to watch mine play with my kiddo's. The bonds that they are forming are priceless!! :)
I just had to facebook this post - b/c all my northern friends all have snow... ;) Sure wish SE Texas could get some. We'd be in hog heaven for just enough to make snow angels with... lol as it NEVER snows here! well maybe once every 20 years...Love from Texas! ~bonnie
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