Pictures of what has been dubbed “Baby Snowda” are now appearing all over on social media.
The Weather Network, a Canadian news source for weather forecasts, is even urging users to share their Baby Snowda creations on Twitter alongside the hashtags #ShareYourWeather, #BabyYoda, and #Snowda.
The Minnesota State Fair undoubtedly produced one of the most impressive designs.
Snow Sculptures at Minnesota State Fair pic.twitter.com/fZJ0oFBuMl— Don’t Boss Me (@MaryPickford20s) January 28, 2020
Baby Snowda. ❄️— Minnesota State Fair (@mnstatefair) January 29, 2020
Have you stopped by the fairgrounds to check out Vulcan Snow Park and the snow sculptures yet? Don’t miss this and other @StPaulWinter Carnival activities happening through Feb. 2. pic.twitter.com/cNpHwtZjug
Some even clothed their snowmen and used green dye for added effect.
Baby Snowda pic.twitter.com/zapLdXguUG— Market Power (@MarketPowerYT) January 10, 2020
Baby snowda just down the block. pic.twitter.com/RJX0T26h43— The Thicc and the Dead (@YetiInADress) January 25, 2020
Tons of Baby Yoda’s younger fans got in on the action as well.
Many of the Baby Snowda snowmen were pretty big, as you’d expect with a snowman.
Kudos to my Tosa neighbors who built a six foot tall Baby Yoda snowman!! ❄️♥️ pic.twitter.com/bLN3H536O1— Karen (@kdub10s) January 25, 2020
But given Baby Yoda’s small stature, many opted to build snowmen that could be carried.
And it’s not just front yards where you’ll see Baby Snowda. The little guy can even be found hanging out on park benches.
My baby snowda pic.twitter.com/n0ZrhK5x7T— m@ri@h (@glittertitssss) January 31, 2020
The phenomenon proves that you seemingly can’t go anywhere without seeing Baby Yoda, but you won’t catch anyone complaining anytime soon.
With season 2 of Mandalorian not set to drop until this fall, the fandom gladly welcomes any and all Baby Yoda content.
I watched the first 6 ‘Star Wars’ films for the first time, in one sitting: