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Old Jan 23rd, 2014, 09:41 AM   11
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I am also in Canada and still shovelling (though we haven't had much over the past few weeks. In December I felt like I was shovelling constantly though! I even did it a few times carrying my 2yo on my back too LOL.

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Old Jan 25th, 2014, 15:16 PM   12
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I'm just glad it was so light and dry! We kept on top of it so I was never pushing more than 2" of snow at a time. A few weeks ago though we got heavy, slushy, gross snow. I cleared off the front step (I was the only one home at the time and didn't want to risk having it freeze, then slipping on it later) - it wasn't difficult or anything since it was such a small area, but holy crap, it had me soaked in a minute! I'm just glad it wasn't like that!

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Old May 8th, 2018, 14:21 PM   13
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Don't do intense work while you are pregnant, even though you are in the first semester. Ask a friend or a neighbor to help you with the snow.



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