By CBS3 Staff

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (CBS) — Four-year-old twins in Montgomery County put their building skills to work after last week’s snowstorm. Max and Sophie Nyitrai, of King of Prussia, built a 7-foot snowman — with some help from their parents.

Angela, the twins’ mother, says they started with a 6-inch in diameter snowball and rolled it down a slope in their backyard. When it reached its final destination, the base of the snowman was about 4-feet in diameter.

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She says the four of them could barely roll it.

After getting the base in place, they used snow shovels and buckets to make the rest of the body.

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It took the family about two hours to build the 7-foot snowman.


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