9/52

posted on: Tuesday, March 5, 2013


A portrait of one/some/all of my children once a week, every week in 2013.

Her: Rediscovering our neglected little courtyard. She splashed in tubs of rainwater and fed the guinea pigs stalks of overgrown grass. She has reminded me why we wanted an outdoor space; I feel inspired to bring ours back to life.

Other beautiful '52' portraits that caught my eye this week: sister love at Serendipity in Chaos, Noah trumpeting at Billy and August  and beverage time for Liv at Olive and Willow.

Joining in with Jodi's 52 week portrait project

16 comments:

  1. so so so love! thanks so for sharing. xo

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    1. you're welcome rebecca, thanks for reading :)

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  2. Love those little baby ankles!

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    1. I must admit, watching her toddle around is quite delightful.

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  3. i feel the same way about our sad backyard -- time to breathe new life into for the sake of the babe.

    www.mamamcase.com

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    1. yes, it is long overdue here. I even considered a sandpit for about a second. then I came to my senses ;)

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  4. Oh thank you for the shout out!! Outdoor spaces are so important, not only for our Littles but for ourselves too.

    (you got guinea pigs?! COOL!)

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    1. you are very welcome! yes we have two guinea pigs, mookie and peso. rose is their new biggest fan.

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  5. love the simplicity kids find enjoyment in. beautiful!

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    1. I know, right? it is very sweet seeing her take joy in something that is so basic because she's never done before -- like walking round and round the outdoor table. he he.

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  6. I love being outdoors with my little one...he seems to happy when he is in the sun and in the dirt!

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    1. yes, rose is just like this too. it's adorable.

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  7. adorable. i can almost smell the dirt and greens :)

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    1. thanks krystle, it's refreshing for me to kind of get down to her level too -- reminds me of being small in my childhood backyard.

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  8. Adorable. I love it.
    I'm waiting so much for the first bare-foot steps. Now we have snow again. :o(
    I decided to do this project too. With my little lady. ;o)
    http://argillae.blogspot.com/search/label/52%2F2013

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