It's funny but my kids never seem to jump out of bed as quickly as they do after it's been snowing.
So pretty - the view from my spare bedroom window
The gate into the forest just outside our house - my kids have posed for a photo at this gate every time it has ever snowed here - it's such a pretty sight looking into the forest behind them
The view from the forest back into my street
Seth spend ages rolling a huge snowball.
Snow always means hot chocolate to my children so I've had to make sure we've got plenty of cocoa, marshmallows, cinammon, Cadbury's flake and squirty cream on hand.
The cold weather always makes me crave comfort food.
Today I made cheese scones. Whenever you think of Britain chances are you think of scones with jam and cream but as much as I love these I make cheese scones far more often. I'm sure I've mentioned before that I'm useless in the kitchen other than when it comes to organizing cupboards and drawers so unlike so many of you I don't have any amazing recipes to share but if you want something quick and easy (and unhealthy) here you go:
Today I ate them with crispy bacon in the middle - gorgeous but very naughty!
My kids love me making these scones.
Hope you enjoy too!
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(I found these thanks to My Sweet Savannah)