In the ten years I’ve been in this city, never have I experienced the cold that the region is sweeping now. Ok, my neighbors would say they have up to -30° when they were younger and if it was me, I’ve probably frozen while walking. It’s -11°C but I’m really not used to it…so I wonder how can I survive much colder regions?
It’s dressing up in layers this season, doesn’t mean though that dawty can’t wear dresses…she didn’t properly pull her dress on this shot so it’s not visible much but she’s wearing a red dress, her striped legwarmers over another thick stocking and her knee-high boots.
That padded jacket is sure to keep her warm along with her beanie and gloves. Little boy was also in layers, long johns, long socks, padded pants skijacket, bonnet and gloves…but what’s missing? Ninja masks…as they call it. Would buy those masks where there’s only a slit around the eye area for visibility (lol) so they’re not Winter Unhappy anymore.
they really look sad here. why? 🙂
next week it’s probably gonna be better, above zero na. i’m soooo looking forward to spring!
The weather here in the southeast has been so wonderful, and we are thankful..can’t wait for spring tho’ visiting from Kids Style Sundays..
i think that glum look is because they are uneasy with the weight of their wear. speaking of long johns, hubby has a lot of it as he keeps on travelling during his younger days (job-related trips hehe) i like wearing it too lol
wow ha… ang -30degree… suber b ang lamig nun…
mahirap kumilos ng ganun…
Definitely. Super ginaw. Plus, their clothes are heavy.
Bakit naman malungkot sila? Siguro d mo pinayagan mglaro sa snow 😀
Maybe the heaviness of thick layers made them unhappy. I can’t survive in a place below 0 degrees. It would trigger my asthma for sure.
Me too. I’m so used to the weather here in the Philippines that it would definitely be hard to live somewhere else.
They were all dressed up for the winter
but they look gloomy just like the season?
They look sad but still cute.