Saturday, 8 February 2014

him and her {week six}


he is three
and he is pushing our buttons, driving us insane and then melting our hearts in quick succession,
and just loves to run around and around and around.


she is at this beautiful, vulnerable stage,
where when she comes across something new she looks to us to see how to react,
and she pulls the cheekiest little face when she does something she knows she shouldn't.

30 comments:

  1. I can't believe he's 3 already! Where is time going?!

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  2. I love tat totally cheeky stage when they are so young, it is such a privilege to watch them experiencing things for the first time. Mich x

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    1. It's definitely a privilege Michelle, every last minute of it. So great watching them grow. x

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  3. That bath and bubbles photo is very special

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    1. Thank-you. I loved how focused she was on inspecting the bubbles. x

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  4. Love a bubble bath photo opt. So lovely. I love when they get that independent stage and run a round wildly. It's like the whole world has opened up for them. Oh the cheeky stage is even better. We are just hitting this with MM too. Its highly entertaining.

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    1. Bubbles are such a great photo prop! And I love watching their independence grow, like you say, it's highly entertaining. x

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  5. Lovely photo's as always, the bath photo is so adorable. My sons like that he can drive us mad and then say something so cute and melt our heart right there!!

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    1. It's like a roller coaster isn't it? Just when you think they are going to send you completely crazy, they do something totally adorable. x

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  6. Ha - I know that stage! Seems like ours turned 2 and a half and suddenly wanted to push our boundaries. And boys - why do they just love to run and run and run?!!! xx

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    1. I was beginning to think that the notorious terrible twos had past us by, but with a week to spare until he turned 3 he decided to really start trying his luck. Generally speaking a good amount of running actually massively improves his behaviour, I think he just needs to let off steam. x

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  7. I like the look on your daughters face as she contemplates the bubbles. #TheOrdinaryMoments

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    1. Me too. She really wasn't sure what to make of the bubble machine at first, but the bubbles just fascinated her. x

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  8. Oh those are gorgeous pictures! I love the "I'm being cheeky - have you noticed?!" Looks with little ones, they're just so cute!

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    1. I know! That photo of him just SCREAMS cheeky doesn't? The one directly before it he was scowling at the camera and telling me off. x

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  9. I love it when they look over and pull cheeky faces when they do something they shouldn't be!

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    1. Yes, that's exactly what we're getting at the moment. And it's so hard to be cross when they look so cute. x

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  10. That photo of BB is hilarious! He looks so incredibly cheeky! x

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    1. I started out trying to photograph his milk moustache, but he just started being so cheeky that I kept clicking. x

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  11. Beautiful pics!! Happy birthday to your son!

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  12. Lovely, lovely photos. The cheeky one made me giggle & the bath one so sweet x

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    1. Thanks lovely. My two children seem to flit between cheeky and sweet pretty much constantly. x

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  13. Gorgeous gorgeous photos! My two year old is pushing all the buttons at the moment but as you say melt your heart in seconds :) xx

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    1. Amazing how they do that, isn't it? Just when you think you're doing it all wrong, they do something adorable. x

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