Harrison has asked me if he can go back each day since we have shoveled. I have said no, it is too cold and then he fires back 'But it is sunny out!' Today was the same thing. "Can I go outside?" Mind you, it wasn't even 7:30 am when he asked me this. He absolutely loves the snow! I again told him no and then promised to take him sledding on Saturday when the temps were higher. He hesitated, knowing that sledding was a good offer, but he just couldn't accept it. "But Mom, it's sunny outside! I want to go sledding today!"
I realize that parents have been asking this question for hundreds of years, but honestly, why can't children just trust their parents?!!!!!!!!!!