22/12/2009

Let it snow






The heavy snow finally arrived yesterday, luckily we'd all made it home in time as the Brits for some reason can't get their act together and grit the roads every time this happens. Traffic came to a stand-still on our road for hours, at one point we counted eight abandoned busses! Oomoo was sound asleep for most of it though, but he kept with the day's colour theme ;)

20 comments:

  1. Such a handsome little fella! I hope you all have a super first Christmas together! (my Norwegian husband is also in total disbelief of how us Brits cant seem to get it together in the snow!)

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  2. As someone who spent over 8 hours getting home to West London from Basingstoke, I am very envious of you making it home in time :)

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  3. oomoo is the perfect snowflake.

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  4. Look at that perfect little man! And your neighborhood looks so pretty.

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  5. oh! he looks so sweet and calm. just like a little doll. and he doesn't seem to care what is going on around him. :)

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  6. lilla gullet dåh! såndär filt hade jag med :)
    han är så guuullig o ser så len ut, som gjord av marsipan!
    men haha, bussarna! alltså plogbilsproducenterna borde casha in vid det här laget? BUFFRA säger jag, BUFFRA plogbilar för 17, man vet aldrig när det slår till. samma här. alla ba: men vi satt o drack kaffe o nu ba .. kom det SNÖ.?!
    tur ni är inne och sejf!
    KRAM!

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  7. why is there so much snow in London, and none here in Toronto?! It's like it's opposites this year!
    Glad that Oomoo's first christmas is so white and fluffy!
    Merry Christmas Famapa!

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  8. That bottom picture is amazing!
    And your baby is so cute!

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  9. Å han är så vacker!
    Hoppas ni får en fin och gla´jul :))

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  10. Such a handsome fellow :) Best wishes to you these holidays! xx

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  11. Jag är helt besatt av snön, känns som när jag var liten igen, och det var riktig vinter. Alla mina blogposter handlar bara om snö...

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  12. Stunning and snow goes well together.

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  13. i envy you having a white christmas!
    but glad to see your little one is all wrapped up nice and warm.

    never forget when i did a stint in london and the trains stopped because there were "leaves on the tracks"...
    only in the UK huh!

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  14. ahh! so sweet and fast asleep and oblivious to all that snow! have a wonderful christmas famapa. x
    (i have been slack in returning emails, sorry... next week!)

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  15. A friend and I were cooing over your baby, all the way here in crazy Seoul, South Korea. I think that you've gained another reader. I've been checking your blog out for a little while and love your eye.

    Your baby, there just aren't any words to describe how precious and beautiful he is! Congratulations to you and your husband.

    P.S. Love your cat on the radiator picture as well. Very touching.

    God Jul ett Gott Nytt Ar

    Felicia, This Time in Seoul

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  16. i agree, us brits just can't cope in snow! every year the same thing happens, lots of snow comes, traffic is disrupted, they run out of grit and then they say 'but we're not used to having so much snow'! pffft. i know snow ploughs are probably pretty expensive but maybe we should invest in some now...

    anyway, merry christmas!

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  17. merry christmas Famapa !!
    Oomoo is so very precious, so delicate..

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  18. oh, i really love those pictures! especially the last one.. it awakes long forgotten memories in me...
    and of course, the snow white snow and the baby in white... very special atmosphere, but that's typical for your fotos.. love them..

    oh, happy new year, by the way :))

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  19. they just don't know what to do with it! it's funny because it's the end of the world to them. all the buses and trains are down all of sudden... love these shots as well! and especially the one of the gorgeous little one!

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