The Chronicles of Sheldon Mayer's Sugar & Spike
Sugar & Spike #6 
Reprints: None [yet]
Given what I just had to spend the last hour doing, this is an appropriate tale.
Spike is underfoot while his mother tries to clean, so his father takes him outside to help clear the snow. Anyone who has ever tried to get an infant to "help" in any task knows how that'll go, doubly so when Sugar shows up. Mr. Wilson manages to distract them with some tiny snow-men, which works for a while, but he doesn't consider their infant reaction to the ephemeral nature of snow.
Very cute body language for the kids in this one, as they range from quite proud to confused to happy to angry. I especially like those panels of Spike imitating his father when they first go outside.
I also get a kick out of the stereotypical 1950s dad pipe that Mr. Wilson smokes, even when shoveling snow.
Characters: Sugar, Spike, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Wilson
Damage: A bit of a mess at the beginning and end, but nothing permanent
"Just nod your head and look bright!"