Winter Wonderland Photo Challenge

This week at i heart faces the photo challenge is all about the winter wonderland.  Since we've seen more than our fair share of winter weather here (in fact about half of my yard is still a solid sheet of ice almost a week later), I have plenty of winter wonderland photos to share.  I think this one is my favorite, though :)


This is my girl sucking on an ice cycle.  Natures Popsicles, as she would say :)

She isn't the only cutie bundled up and playing in the snow.  Hop on over to iheartfaces to check out all of the other winter wonderlands.  With the winter we've been having here in the states, there should be an abundance ;)
6 Responses
  1. SarahinSC Says:

    My boys love nature's popsicles as well!


  2. Tracy Says:

    Fabulous capture, great shot!


  3. What a sweet shot. Love how her eye is peeking out from behind her hair just enough.


  4. Brr that looks cold! Cute shot, she is adorable!

    http://tiffanywalensky.blogspot.com/2011/01/i-heart-faces-winter-wonderland.html


  5. Lyr Says:

    LOVE IT! Great shot!


  6. From Tracie Says:

    Nature's Popsicle....that is Awesome!!

    Very cute picture.


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