Week 14: Take a picture of you and your child using your imagination
"Pouting at its Finest"
Pouting between the RR ties always makes for a memorable picture.
Week 13: Take a picture of SHOES
On her first day of ballet, my four-year-old waited nervously with slightly too-big tights
bagging around her ankles.
Week 12: Take a picture of UPSIDE DOWN
Just hanging around…
Week 11: Take a picture of BLOCKS
Week 10: Take a picture of A CLOCK
I love how the love Madison and Logan have for each other shines through in this image.
Week 9: Take a picture of OVER
OVER the fence!
Week 8: Take a picture of A RHOMBUS
Roxy's new diamond-shaped friend helped her find an avocado for the guacamole musical!
Week 7: Take a picture of THREE
The joy of bubbles, made even more fun by being allowed to cover your baby sister in them!
Week 6: Take a picture of A PAIR
This picture was taken by my 2-year-old daughter Emily. She loves looking into a camera and snapping photos of anything and everything!
Week 5: Take a picture of A TRIANGLE
It was a lovely trekking day!
Week 4: Take a picture of SOMETHING MAGNIFIED
My twin toddler boys were just as enamored by these cool shadows as I was. I'm sure it will amaze me even more when they are actually as big an those shadows!
Week 3: Take a picture of AN ATHLETE
Little brother captures big brother.
Week 2: Take a picture of IN-BETWEEN
Little sister adored by her big brothers!
Week 1: Take a picture of A RECIPE
Every moment with Grandma is precious! The most important things we learn in life are from those that love us most!