Blizzard of 2011 ~ Atlanta, Georgia Child & Family Photographer

Before any of my Midwestern and Northern family and friends start laughing at this post’s title, please keep in mind that 5 plus inches of snow and 1 plus inches of ice is a pretty big deal for us warm-blooded Southerners… one that will naturally call for our local news stations’ 24/7 coverage of this week’s events to fondly dub it as the “Blizzard of 2011”.  It all started Sunday evening with some of the heaviest snow that I can remember seeing in my lifetime (I didn’t live in Georgia during the “Blizzard of 1993” but my friends who did say it was very similar to that snowfall)… and by Monday morning we woke up to around 5 inches of the white stuff, topped off with a little over an inch of the crunchy frozen stuff.  It made for a fun – albeit COLD – day with the kiddos outside yesterday… one that included sledding and snowball fights with neighbors, hot chocolate breaks and many, many layers to keep us warm! 

Seeing as how we are all mostly homebound for the timebeing, and as my sessions for this week are now rescheduled for warmer and future, less frozen times, I enjoyed some moments of documenting some of yesterday’s events… that is in between a few hot chocolate breaks and trying to keep my three year old from constantly eating snow! 

  • Virginia Dennis - Thanks for sharing the pictures. It is so pretty.

  • Cindy Glawson - Really colorful. I love the turned around green coat in the bottom. So sweet!

  • Miss Carolyn - I loved the pictures!!! So precious!!!!!

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