Portrait of the Week

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“A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week, in 2015.”

Berlin: She is nearing three years old now, and we have yet to get this pacifier out of her mouth. In all fairness, I don’t think we have given it a valiant effort yet. But even whisper the words “no more paci,” and the kid flips out.

I am totally obsessed with extreme close-ups of Berlin. I mean really, at one point later in life, does anyone look this amazing close-up?! I can’t help but capture her soft, delicate, perfect skin and features. Let’s hope she is one of the lucky few that holds onto this delicate, unscathed skin.

 

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Portrait of the Week

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“A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week, in 2015.”

I obviously can’t commit to a weekly project at this point. However, I value having these images of Berlin at the end of the year, and it forces me to pull out the camera and keep practicing. So for now I will attempt to take a photo of her each week, but I’m not making any promises (hence the change of the title for this post).

Berlin: She is growing up so quickly. Her language develops daily and each day she surprises me with off the wall statements and new skills. I am trying to remember to cherish each day with her, as she will never be this little again.

 

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6/52 & 7/52

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“A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week, in 2015.”

I am forever running behind, so here’s to catching up.

Berlin: One of her favorite things to do is dismantling the couch and building a fort. Now if she only knew how to put the couch back together…

She obviously doesn’t understand the concept of Valentines Day, but she sure did enjoy it. She was showered with gifts and we had endless fun making holiday crafts.

Linking up with Jodi at Practising Simplicity.

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

Berlin: She has enjoyed traveling these past few weeks as much as I have, its as if she knows we are on “vacation.” Even while carting her from one place to another, she has been nothing but smiles. She is seriously an amazing child (only wish she would sleep a little more…but can’t win them all!).

Joining in with Jodi at Practising Simplicity.



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