The 52 Project

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6:52a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014.”

First birthday. 

I have to credit this wonderful photo to my lovely and talented friend Blair. I was glad to just be able to sit back and enjoy Forrest’s birthday party and let other people handle the photography for once. I truly love this photo though. He was completely beautifully hyper after eating his birthday cake. Its been a wonderful blurry week of celebrations and I look forward to reflecting on it more over the coming days.

As always, joining in with Jodi at Practising Simplicity

 

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a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014.”

After breakfast. 

Sometime the only way to clean this baby is to put him under the shower. Born in water and will always be a water baby. This is his last weekly picture before he turns one!

As always, joining in with Jodi at Practising Simplicity

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5-52portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014.”

First Wolf. 

A difficult week with a poorly baby ended on a high with an impromptu trip to the city farm and F’s first encounter with a husky. A pretty big moment for any member of the wolf family.

As always, joining in with Jodi at Practising Simplicity

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In the mirror. 

It was raining at the weekend and the city was miserable but we put our boots and raincoats on and went out anyway. Once a week we try to go out and do something with Forrest at the very forefront of our minds. This week we went back to the museum of childhood. Older, taller, bigger, stronger but this boy still loves his mirrors. I caught this with my camera by chance and decided not to do any editing at all this week. Here is my Forrest in the mirror, full of life and brilliant colour.

As always, joining in with Jodi at Practising Simplicity

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“A portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014.”

My constant companion. 

This baby moves so fast at the moment that I can hardly keep up with him. Capturing his portrait has been a real challenge this week.  For days, I have been wondering why he finds the floor so fascinating at 11am each morning. But it was this morning that I realised that for that hour, every day, our home bounces the light off the walls and the shadows are at their most crisp and clean.  Here is my Forrest, my tiny Peter Pan, trying to get his shadow to stick.

Joining in with Jodi at Practising Simplicity

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