For the long weekend, we spent the time up in Breckenridge with my family at a friend’s cabin. (We left Johnny here, he had to work. Boo.) Myla was so excited to go to the mountains, she almost wanted to go on Friday. On the way up, we stopped at the ice castles. It was really cool to see the different structures and Myla had a blast going in the different tunnels and around the different castles.
Kinsley was all bundled up in her new ski parka but has the cold that Myla had at the beginning of the week, so she wasn’t quite as excited about the ice castles.
When we got up to the cabin, Myla spent the rest of the afternoon up and down the stairs, playing on the bunk-beds. She played outside in the snow for a little bit, but it was up to her waist and hard to walk in. She kept saying, “I’m trapped!” And then the next day, after some hard work by my mom and Uncle Scott and Holly, we got to go sledding on our own private hill.
Myla thought it was awesome. She laughed all the way down the hill and went with everyone. The first time, she got snow in her face, but it just added to the fun. Kinsley even got in a few runs, but she wasn’t exactly sure what it was all about. We sledded for an hour before Myla’s little hands got cold and we went inside.
That night, we went for a sleigh ride up the mountain. Myla loved watching the horses go and spent time looking for the fox that the drivers said might be out. Kinsley couldn’t move because of her snowsuit and jacket, but she did really well while it was going.
We had a great time and made some really great memories. Thanks mom and dad for taking us!