Day 207 to 211 – 365 Project

Oh yes, it’s here again! This one finishes up February and takes us just into March. Still almost two months behind in the processing and posting, but still going.

207/365

                                    207/365 Play 

You’ve always been good at playing by yourself, but the older you get the more actual play it becomes. Sometimes I just sit down and observe you, there if you want or need me, but just enjoying watching you in a world of your own until you do.

 

208/365

                                     208/365 Smile

Your smile can fade any rainy day in a second. Like every other parent thinks about their child, there is no one more beautiful than you.

 

209/365

                                    209/365 Dragons 

I bought you a dragon mobile one day. We hung the three dragons from the lamp in your old room. They immediately became your favourite things. We’d sit on the floor and blow at them to make them move.

 

210/365

                                      210/365 Onions 

You go quiet and I hear that familiar sound. I recognise it now, it’s the cracking of onion peels. You’re rummaging the basket where we keep the onions, picking up the peels, crunching them in your hands.

 

211/365

                                   211/365 Ocean 

Anakin meet ocean, ocean meet Anakin. We took a trip to portarlington in early March for a weekend. I had some photo shoots lined up and we thought it was about time we introduced you to the ocean. You were amazed and so excited. When we pulled you out of the water that first day, you were full of sand, slightly blue and ecstatic. This is what summers are all about.

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4 responses

  1. awesome pics!
    yeah, I also now have certain sounds I recognize… like taking hoover apart 🙂

    April 21, 2013 at 3:57 am

    • Thanks, Tanya! haha isn’t it funny how we learn what various sounds mean that we’ve never had to think about before? But the silence… the silence is what scares me. Always something up when they go quiet. 🙂

      April 21, 2013 at 8:00 pm

      • “silence is golden… until you have kids – then silence becomes very suspicious” 🙂

        April 22, 2013 at 2:22 am

  2. Love this!

    April 22, 2013 at 4:42 pm

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