Week 2 of Project 365 and already disaster has struck!
I’ve been really disciplined and have tried to take a good photo each day, even lugging it to Baby R’s first party and getting some lovely captures of the birthday baby and Baby R however it was not meant to be as when I tried to transfer the photos onto my Mac they were nowhere to be found. This resulted in an evening of tense breath muttering and despite the goodwill of fellow Twitterers trying to offer advice and support my precious snaps were gone. I know they’re there some where, but unless I can find some free Mac recovery software, they’ll remain forever hidden. I guess it’s the modern equivalent of opening the back of your camera and exposing the film to light. Fear not though, here’s the ones I had already transferred. Teenager has once again been camera-shy so Baby R is a feature of the week and as I spend most of my day just the 2 of us, I can imagine he’ll be a constant throughout the year.
One last cuddle before I go to school. Tween is always happy to be photographed with his baby brother. My favourite thing in this photo is how they’re holding each other’s hands. I’m welling up just typing it. Baby R’s hand looks so tiny wrapped around his brother’s finger.
We have a crawler. This week I’ve been trying to distract him while I cook by giving him some pots and spoons to play with, he homes straight in on the dog bowl as soon as he’s in the kitchen and I’ve caught him munching on the dog food a few times. Our home is like a house of horrors now he’s on the mov
Looking for squirrels in Sidmouth. Our Sproker Spaniel is like an Ever Ready bunny, he never stops. We spend a lot of our weekends walking him and this snap was taken on our Sunday walk in Sidmouth where he loves to chase the squirrels.
Baby wearing husband. Hubby is always chief baby wearer when we;re out together, he comes over all Alpha male and likes to act protector of his youngest offspring. plus he doesn’t get on with pushing our Quinny as his feet kick the back of it.
Dribbly baby! Baby R is teething and incredibly dribbly, this would have been a lovely photo is it wasn’t for the huge wet patch on his top.