A portrait of my children once a week, every week in 2015.
The 52 Project was clearly parked at the back of my mind whilst we were away last week, as I took plenty of pictures of silos and of the landscape and hardly any of the kids.
Pauline and the kids and I trekked west up to the Mallee to visit Cams sister which was great fun. It was sowing time in the paddock right next to the house and Hugh was in his element as you would imagine with all of those massive tractors and machines. Edie loved it all too, especially playing with her baby cousin. Oliver on the other hand; Well he was a teething baby and sleep was distant and I had to be close by...ALWAYS!!
Whether they are amazing photos or not, they are all still pics of the kids regardless, and they are all telling the story of this very year, 2015. Which is the very reason why I started this project in the first place. Does anyone else out there think this year is flying by way too fast?
So before another day passes us by, here is my instalment of The 52 project for week 17.
Hugh: It wouldn't be a trip to the Mallee without a ride in the big blue tractor. Its so big even I can sit inside the hub caps of those massive wheels.
Edith: The light was awesome at this time and you turned to the sun for me and made that face. Ha ha!!
Oliver: You weren't firing this week because of your teething issues but you were quite snuggly at times and I loved this one of you sharing a quiet moment with Grandma and your cousin Zack before bed.
Linking in with Jodi at Practising Simplicity for The 52 Project.