Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

Chicago averages more than 10 inches of snow in January, and the Farmer’s Almanac is predicting a doozie of a month in 2010. Why fight it?

Embrace the snow, whether it be sprucing up your kitchen windows, curling up with a good bedtime book, or creating your own snow masterpiece. Happy winter from the staff of Chicago Parent!

snow4There are sure to be plenty of real snowflakes outside, but why not incorporate them into your indoor decor? Paper snowflakes are easy, fun and — like actual snowflakes — no two are the same!

There are sure to be plenty of real snowflakes outside, but why not incorporate them into your indoor decor? Paper snowflakes are easy, fun and — like actual snowflakes — no two are the same!

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book_penguinWhen you just can’t bear the idea of venturing out in the blizzard, snuggle up with your little one and these winter-themed book ideas from Judy Belanger.

When you just can’t bear the idea of venturing out in the blizzard, snuggle up with your little one and these winter-themed book ideas from Judy Belanger.

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snow-castleAll you need is a shovel (check), snow (check!), and some inspiration. Draw some inspiration from these snow masterpieces and then head out and make your own!

All you need is a shovel (check), snow (check!), and some inspiration. Draw some inspiration from these snow masterpieces and then head out and make your own!

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