** I want to sincerely apologize for having simply disappeared on all of you. Viruses invading every inch of our home, several snow and ice storms and another broken arm have made the last few weeks a bit overwhelming. But, we are now starting to see the light at the end of the very achy, runny and “coughy” tunnel. **
A portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2016.
(8/52) Little Man : It always amazes me how things that would be so little to others end up being so huge for us. Like last week, you suddenly started playing with all the peg dolls mom has been making for you. Hugging them, carrying them around, lining them up (from tallest to smallest) all over the house… How wonderful it is to see your imagination take flight. All those “little-big things” my love, I notice them all. All your triumphs will be celebrated and you will know joy and fulfillment. You are my shining star. ❤
(9/52) Little Man : There he is! My beautiful, happy, sparkling boy… healthy and happy and loving life again. Oh my, what a yucky time we had my love, but you are all better now. Seeing you smile makes my day. Love you so much…
A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week, in 2016.
(8/52) Little Miss : What happens here, in our magical home, before the sun rises? Why, fairies recharge their wands of course. You just amaze me with your boundless energy and wild, beautiful imagination. The depths to which your stories go, the detail, the life you bring to every moment, is truly a gift. I know mom has trouble following sometimes, I hope you will forgive me. Imagination is a muscle and thank goodness I have you to get me back into shape. ❤
(9/52) Little Miss : Oh, after all those icy storms, waking up to snow we can actually play in was a rare treat! We headed out early, bundled up in the cold sunny morning air and just played for hours. After making your snow angel, you just laid there, eyes closed, soaking up the sun. What a day it was!
Joining Jodi for the 52 Project