A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week, in 2015.
Little Miss : Oh how you love our morning walks. We have been working on establishing a new rhythm since you have stopped preschool and although a few things still need tweaking, our early morning walk is one thing that will stick throughout the summer. Waking up with nature suits you, you feel at home in the woods. You walk through them asking a million questions about everything : plant names, bird calls, cloud shapes… I couldn’t be happier. You told us this week you would like to work with animals one day, I’m sure you will. And they will be lucky to have such a compassionate and caring friend.
A portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
Little Man : You were more quiet this week. You are either fighting another little cold (who could blame you with 20’C shifts almost every day) or we are seeing the first hints of what could be seasonal allergies. We are looking forward to getting some answers about that soon. But it hasn’t stopped you from climbing, running, playing… these don’t need words or sounds. In that quiet, you can hear better I’m sure. Giving those little ears of yours every opportunity to catch the sounds they can. We’ve noticed some subtleties this week : You don’t seem to hear bird calls, but you do hear woodpeckers. This path we are walking with you is filled with mystery and exploration, I’m so glad we can walk it together.
Joining Jodi for the 52 Project