Husband’s guide to surviving Snowpocalypse

Step 3: Lay out sufficient provisions to keep you going

Today winter has hit New York. Snowpocalypse turns out to be real, and we’ve had to postpone T’s birthday party as no one wants to step outside in this weather. But as my husband, C, says, “All is not lost.” He has come up with these easy steps to survive the blizzard. Enjoy.

Step 1: Look out of the window and don’t freak out…

 

 

 

Blizzard Snowpocalypse hits New York
Step 1: Look out the window and don’t freak out

 

Step 2: Get the indoor bouncy castle out
Step 2: Get the indoor bouncy castle out
Step 3: Lay out sufficient provisions to keep you going
Step 3: Lay out sufficient provisions to keep you going
Step 4: Think warm thoughts
Step 4: Think warm thoughts
Step 5: Feed your pregnant wife pastries and tea
Step 5: Feed your pregnant wife pastries and tea
Step 6: And when all else fails, watch Frozen for the 1,932nd time
Step 6: And when all else fails, watch Frozen for the 1,932nd time

Author: Alex

Hello. Toddling Round New York is my own little blog of our family's experience of moving young kids from London to New York... And of having a baby out here. They are my own baby steps of exploring this incredible city. I lived in five countries in four continents growing up, so you'd think I'd be good at this by now. Here you'll find stories and photographs of our adventures, the highs and the lows of expat parenthood, and some ideas I hope you'll find useful if you're in New York with young kids.

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