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What do we do on cold days in Prague?


What do we do on cold days in Prague?
Originally uploaded by thestonesinprague.

Building tents, “fishing” off of mommy and daddy’s bed, playing with beans, running races around the kitchen table, pretending to be a choo-choo train, turning the water different colors with the crayola bathtub wonders toy Mimi gave to us…these are all favorite activities of ours this winter. I have had a few friends ask about how we are holding up in the weather over here. We are doing better than I expected! Winters are not particularly as bad here as you would imagine. We are in a cold spell right now and it gets down to the teens (that’s farhenheit). Getting out with two little ones in that weather is a challenge, but we take each day as it comes and do what we need to do in order not to feel stir crazy. We get out some, we have friends over some, and we play lots!

Here you see Eloise pretending to be Blue from Blue’s Clues in a “tent” we made. Eloise got this idea from one of her Blue’s Clues books.

2 comments on “What do we do on cold days in Prague?

  1. babydoc1030
    January 31, 2006

    Thanks for all the great activity ideas! We are always in need of some new fun ways to keep our toddler occupied, as well.

  2. Travis, Kelly, Kourtney, and McKenna Johnson
    February 8, 2006

    Hey Emily! Anna Anderson gave me your blog. I love it! Loved the story about language! How funny.

    Anyways, we have similar fun indoor activities here in Miami, but not because it is too cold outside! January – March is pleasant here but other than that it is too hot to play outside. One of my 2 year olds favorite passtimes is cooking cotton balls. I get pots, pans, big spoons and cotton balls and she goes to town making me delicious meals. Anyways, stop by my blog sometime: http://www.thejohnsontimes.blogspot.com/

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