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 Weather Network (@weathernetwork) January 31, 2020
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. ❄️
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
— Minnesota State Fair (@mnstatefair) January 29, 2020
Some even clothed their snowmen and used green dye for added effect.
Baby Snowda pic.twitter.com/zapLdXguUG
— Market Power (@MarketPowerYT) January 10, 2020
— Jennifer (@jcarlson6703) December 31, 2019
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.
— Sami Mini Cosplay @C2E2 (@SamiMiniCosplay) January 25, 2020
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
— Comrade Jacob (@CommieBard) January 24, 2020
But given Baby Yoda’s small stature, many opted to build snowmen that could be carried.
.@theleezajohnson made a little baby Yoda snowman.
Baby snow yoda?
Baby snowda? pic.twitter.com/oPacVmvMoC
— Drew Johnson (@possiblydrew) December 2, 2019
— Danielle Mahoney (@3Mahoney) January 1, 2020
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
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: