Sunday, February 17, 2013

7/52





Zeph: Thats his 'i'm so independent' face that I see so often. On this occasion he was planting seeds for the garden with his dad.

Pippi: A face full of wonder- those eyes are especially for her dadda who snapped this mid kitchen table painting session.


See the 52 Project here. I'll see you tonight or on Monday for the Stills Collection - i've got the kids solo today and they both woke at 4.30 when Dave left for a gardening course. This pregnant lady predicts a long day!



25 comments:

  1. That photo of Pippi is adorable. I love her smudgy face. I feel your pain in the early morning department... I mean can't they tell it's Sunday???

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  2. such lovely photos. and you're right...those eyes!

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  3. im hearin ya....4.30 here as well......I`m not pregnant but the dog is vomiting at the back door (no not code for anything!)....now to find a vet on a sunday!
    how grown up does zeph look in this pic!
    Allison x

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  4. Yup...early over here today too!
    I am always amazed how he seems to know that it is a weekend...and so wakes up extra early!
    I hope your day doesn't end up seeming so long!
    Gorgeous photos as always!

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  5. Aaahhhmnnnbhgg <----- very early morning of sick/teething tantrums here
    That independent face makes Zeph look so incredibly grown up, slow down little man

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  6. Very adorable little faces you have there! Good luck getting through the day. x

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  7. Such beauties.
    I hope your day only gets better x

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  8. Lovely photos. Hope you manage to get a bit of rest today. xo

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  9. Pippi's wondering face is so beautiful! Good luck with the day - I hope you get some rest!

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  10. Take it easy lovely Em! I don't know why kids feel the need to wake that early :) My Sunny loves getting down and dirty too esp in the garden...

    Sophie xo

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  11. pippi is so damn cute! i love that photo!

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  12. Gorgeous Em! I suggest a little TV time mid morning... so you can put your feet up. A pregnant lass needs her rest! :)xx

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  13. They look very grown up here! And oh dear - flying solo here too while someone gets fish for dinner. Hope Dave is going to share what he learns in the next gardening post?? x

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  14. Joseph is so much like you!

    I'm into my fifth week of solo parenting in 2013. World of pain.
    X

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  15. love that beautiful eyes! your kids are precious!

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  16. Your world is so FULL of love and sweetness. Take care of yourself! These photos are so sweet. xxoo

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  17. oh i have an early riser! six years of it, and I'm still not used to it! Love your children's inquisitive gazes! hope they crash early for you Em! xx

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  18. I really think you should be so proud of yourself as a parent! The more I look at your blog, the more I am inspired by you & your family. You inspire me with your words, your pictures & the things you are teaching your children about the world around them. Thanks for keeping it real. - Chantelle.

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  19. great picture of your little girl! Looks like she had fun with the paint!

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  20. Is it just me or are they growing up extraordinarily fast?!!?

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  21. Oh I love his chuffed face....such a little man. And Pippi, that little one is such a beauty. :) x

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  22. Zeph looks like such a boy in that shot, Em. He is losing his 'babyness' now... x

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  23. oh sigh, the independence off little kids, its wonderful and sad all at the same time, my 5 year old already wants Mummy to go so she can be big! they look so like you Emily, I don't think I had realised how much until these pictures. Sending love and hugs from the flight platform today, do rest and dont do too much (oh and put a cardi on if it's cold) there you go i have become my own mother! xxx

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  24. Ah I'm beginning to see that independent face on my own little one... ha! And pippi with those bright eyes - sigh!

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em