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7/52 {the 2016 portraits}

13/02/2016

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http://thoughtden.co.uk/?stranuychelovek=forex-trading-hours-weekend&f80=8d Elma: I’d forgotten just how much fun a three year old can be, but you are reminding me every day.  This week you told your Daddy that when you’re a bit bigger we will have two Pips, the one upstairs sleeping and another one, and when he asked where the other one was coming from you replied:

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“What makes you think that sweetie?”
“I looked it up on the internet.”

dig this You’re at the perfect age where you’re intensely logically and at the same time totally wrong and it’s just so sweet!

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check my blog Pip: Someone asked me this week if there was any food that you don’t like, and if there is, we really haven’t discovered it and we’re fairly wide ranging foodies.  Possibly a really hot curry, but we always dial yours down to baby spicy levels and you wolf it up.  But bananas you would chain eat, even while all the time keeping a watchful eye on the rate at which Mama is eating her satsuma to make sure that you can claim the last segment.

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Elma Family Kitty Living Arrows Photography Pip The 52 Project

6/52 {the 2016 portraits}

06/02/2016

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have a peek at this web-site Kitty: My lovely eldest girl, all smiles for the group shot that isn’t exactly happening! I love those moments when all we have to do is look at each other to share the joke and the giggle at the crazy idea of your Mama wanting a picture of all three of her little ones!

his comment is here (Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/100, f/4.5, ISO 320)

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Elma: Well they’re just possibly not quite your actual footprints sweetheart.  This week you told me that you weren’t a baby anymore,
“I’m sorry, poppet” I replied, “You’re my big grown up girl aren’t you?”
“No Mama!” you said, with all the indulgent amusement of someone who knows the answer is obvious, “I’m not growed up yet!”

It’s true, you’re my perfectly little, little girl. We had a family trip for shoe fitting this week and while you sister’s feet get ever longer and thinner, and your brother’s get longer and wonderfully chubby, you my sweet stayed exactly the same.  And for that I thank you. Also, your red shoes are very cute and I wouldn’t want you to be done with them just yet. One of these days your feet might match up to those footprints but I’m in no hurry to wish these days away.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/160, f/4.5, ISO 320)

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Pip: Oh I think this might be one of my favourite photos of you at this age; you’re just tall enough to reach the xylophone in the sensory garden and you love hitting the chimes as hard as you possibly can – happiness personified.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/250, f/3.2, ISO 320)

Elma Family Kitty Living Arrows Photography Pip The 52 Project

4/52 {the 2016 Portraits}

23/01/2016

Linking up with Jodi and Living Arrows with a portrait of each of my children once every week for 2015.

Space for the Butterflies - the 52 Project

Kitty: drinking milk in the little den we made but still wanting to keep half an eye on what the rest of us were doing! I have a picture of your brother in almost exactly the same pose from a week or so ago and it made me giggle to see yet one more similarity in the pair of you.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/80, f/3.5, ISO 250)

Space for the Butterflies - the 52 Project

Elma: Sprinting back down the path from ballet class and over you went onto both knees.  Scooped up and brought home to Daddy’s first aid clinic (a lifetime of bumps and bruises on the hockey pitch having made him something of an expert on bumps and scraped knees), we patched you up and then added plasters.  They’re not actually over your scrapes because they weren’t big enough and because your scrapes needed to air so they’re more of a consolation prize, but you were quite impressed with needing two, and all this week whenever I’ve got home from work you’ve given me an update on how they’re healing.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/100, f/3.2, ISO 250)

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Pip: It is going to be the year of looks of mischief from you little man isn’t it! This one so clearly says “I’m sitting nicely now…” And what were you planning by any chance?

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Cheeky boy!

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/100, f/4, ISO 250)

Elma Family Kitty Living Arrows Photography Pip The 52 Project

3/52 {the 2016 Portraits}

16/01/2016

Linking up with Jodi and Living Arrows with a portrait of each of my children once every week for 2015.

Space for the Butterflies - The 52 Project

Kitty: this has felt like a very long week for you at school; you miss your teacher and in some ways it feels like starting school all over again. But You’ve changed since September, grown taller and more resilient, and you’re processing it all in your own way. I love this shot of you, licking your fingers after a post ballet class jammy snack, it’s another one of those pictures where I can see a flicker of the young woman you will become and the baby you have been all overlaid on my sweet little five year old.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/100, f/3.2, ISO 250)

Space for the Butterflies - The 52 Project

Elma: I suspect that were we to look we’d find the phrase “I want to do it” emblazoned down your core like a stick of rock. Anything Kitty can do you are absolutely certain you can do, be it scaling the monkey bars of doom or making your own jam and rice cake sandwich.  The former you really are still too little for, but the jam spreading you’ve got nailed, and it’s so sweet how happy it made you.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/200, f/3.2, ISO 160)

Space for the Butterflies - The 52 Project

Pip: if last week’s picture was the promise of mischief, this is the real thing.  You’ve realised that you’re tall enough to open the bathroom door. And sneak in when no one is watching. And climb up so that you can prod the sink (we’ve got one of those flippy disk sort of plugs that you push to open and shut and you think it’s hilarious). So little man, now that we’ve captured the moment for posterity and to show to your future spouse, maybe we could just leave that door shut? Not a chance is there Pip Squeak!

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/60, f/2.5, ISO 1600)

Elma Family Kitty Living Arrows Photography Pip The 52 Project

2/52 {The 2016 Portraits}

09/01/2016

Linking up with Jodi and Living Arrows with a portrait of each of my children once every week for 2015.

Space for the Butterflies - the 2016 portraits

Kitty: I love how utterly carefree you are when you dance.  So completely self conscious and wrapped up in the music.  Whenever you got the chance at Grandma and Grandad’s house you’d reach up on your tiptoes to turn the radio on and then twirl and bounce to whatever tune came on. Sadly it was a short lived New Year’s party for you when you went down with a tummy bug in the early hours of 2016 and took the rest of your holiday to recuperate but you were such a trooper and I’m so glad to see you better.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/100, f/2.8, ISO 320)

Space for the Butterflies - the 2016 portraits

Elma: Playgroup’s biggest gift to you so far has been the song “Squirrel, Squirrel, wave your bushy tail!” You absolutely love it, can frequently be found singing it as you wander around the house and it’s become an ear worm for both your parents.  So it seemed only appropriate that Father Christmas bring a little wooden squirrel (complete with bushy tail) for your stocking.  When we put the Christmas tree out into the garden this week to get it ready for the tree collection you were very concerned that it didn’t have any lights or baubles or tinsel on it and you took squirrel off to investigate to see if he liked Christmas trees when they didn’t have baubles.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/80, f/3.2 , ISO 250)

Space for the Butterflies - the 2016 portraits

Pip: Oh what a very Pip expression this is! Full of mischief and movement.  I don’t know when you stashed a Christmas tree bauble in the basket of muslins that lives on your changing table, but that’s where you found it, and with a look that said as clear as day “I know I shouldn’t do this”, over my shoulder it went to bounce and land plum in the middle of your bed.  Cheeky boy; but after a couple of weeks where being poorly and teethy has made you really quite cross it’s lovely to see you happy again.

(Nikon D80, 35mm 1.8 lens – 1/100, f/2.8, ISO 320)