Originally Posted by DecemberSun
I was born in OR, raised in WA, and now live in AZ. Feel like I'm missing out on "something" by being here (four real seasons maybe?), so maybe someday we'll move up north so the kids can see snow. And I don't mean visit it, play in it, and leave- I want them to experience that magic of going to sleep and then waking up to WHITE. :) Maybe that sounds funny to people who live, work and drive in snow daily and hate it. But I'm getting VERY tired of the hot desert summers!!! I planned both my previous pregnancies (Dec & Feb due dates) so that I wouldn't have to be 200 pounds in 120 degree heat, and then BAM! A surprise July baby. I don't know what I'm going to do with myself this summer- I always get so HOT when I'm pregnant.
I totally get what you're saying. We lived in Puerto Rico for two years, and I really missed the four seasons! We were living in paradise, and I missed the change :-)
Now that it's getting cold here in Utah and we should have snow soon, I'm grateful I got to visit Puerto Rico last month to get my dose of sunshine. Also, I came back pregnant with this baby, so double blessing!