This is my personal project and one that is very close to my heart: Photographing one whole day in my life, it began a few years ago on Monday Jan 1, 2018 when I did 1 day a week switching days each week which I did for two years and then for year three I only did them for each full moon and changed the format of them. Now I'm in my fourth year of doing this project, I began with the intention of doing them weekly but that hasn't been happening so I'm doing them whenever it feels right up until I reach Week 52 but still focusing on our weekends or when we are all together and have returned to my original way of doing them which is choosing 25 images for the day. Hope you enjoy following along!
Week 33 Year 4
We decided to climb up Jacob's ladder and do the clifftop walk. We hadn't planned for this and did not have our hiking shoes on which in hindsight we really should have! It was hard work! It was so incredibly hot and the sun felt so strong but the both of you were absolutely incredible and did so well. Once we climbed the 278 steps that's when our true endurance test began!
Week 14 Year 4
After you finished your doughnut you had some wotsits and that was when your third tooth came out!! It was so exciting! I love that it came out at our special tree. You have been waiting for this tooth to come out for months now and you have another one that is so close to coming out.
Week 9 Year 4
I still can't believe that last Thursday I passed my driving test after what seemed like a never ending journey! Our whole lives have changed, it feels so surreal and I'm still processing it all. But tonight we had our very first solo drive just the two of us to our little beach. It felt so incredible to be able to just hop in the car with you!
Week 8 Year 4
What a gorgeous day we had! It began with discovering that our Oak Eggar Moth had come out of his cocoon and then we headed over to Exbury Gardens so that Forrest could ride the steam train. After that we went home and played some games and ate dinner before heading out again to our little beach and to release our moth who was finally ready to use his wings.