Mommy says that we are going to have one ski party a week until the season comes. We walk our skis all over the house and play whatever games we can think of. The girls love it and it serves the most important purpose I can think of; having fun as a family.
2 yrs. in the front, 3 yrs in back of her. (I won't tell you wifey or my ages
Both of my daughters have grown up at the mountain - at least five days a week. My oldest has been on skis ever season since she was born (April baby "skied" in March before her 1st B-day). She is now 3 and thinks she is a skier. My youngest has never been on snow more than 5 minutes. She just did not like it. Fine with me. Now she wants to have her skis on around the house, so maybe this season will go better.
Here is my oldest at 11 mos., obviously more of a photo op than anything.
Enjoy every minute with 'em. If they are into what you are into, great. If not, get into what they are into. Make it about relationships, not sports - and have fun!
P.S. For those taking toddlers out, plan on REALLY short outings. Twenty minutes may even be too long. As soon as there is a sign that they are not enjoying ANY part of the experience, take them inside, warm them up and smile. Better to leave the snow with good memories than to wait until they are uncomfortable and leave on a bad note.