- Plenty of blankets available to sit under while you’re typing up your blog post or writing some other form of material.
- Chocolate to ply yourself and your child with while you try to persuade her to do schoolwork even though the public school kids are out sledding. #homeschoolingishard
- A warm cup of coffee/tea/hot chocolate to keep your fingers from falling off after typing the items in number 1.
- An exercise ball (or two) so that if you don’t get to go outside sooner rather than later because the schoolwork mentioned in item 2 takes longer than expected you can at least get some stretching and balance work done.
- Homemade chicken soup to have once you come back in from igloo engineering “class”. #ilovehomeschooling
- A great internet connection so that you can see how much snow everyone else did or (in the case of #BlizzardofJanuary2015) didn’t get.
- A second set of gloves/mittens for a second run outdoors to go enjoy the aforementioned igloo or fort. These are also for throwing to the snowball-obsessed Vizsla (who is clearly exhausted in anticipation of said outing).
- A working smartphone to text the neighbor to try to coincide their playtime with yours and therefore facilitate a #polarplaydate.
- A camera or smartphone to capture some memories to look back on fondly, say in August when we’re sweltering.
- And the final item to have on hand is a wonderful, joy-filled, fun-loving kid to enjoy the day with!
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