Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Winners {Brisbane Family Photographer}

Some of you may recall the competition I ran last year to win a Complete Portraiture Experience. Well, if you do, you might recall that it was won by Shella, the mother of two beautiful kiddos, Trey 4 and Kirra 2. It took a little while for us to find a suitable date, and the rain made it even harder, but thankfully, the time arrived. It was a wonderful experience that I’m so happy to have had.  Now, without further ado, I’d like to introduce you to this beautiful little family…

I hope to run the competition again this year in the coming months, so stay tuned for details!

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Friday’s Favourites {Brisbane Baby Photographer}

I love doing my photo of the day project. Looking back at the pictures, and the words that went along with them, makes my heart burst with pride! However, with my workload I can not possibly maintain that same momentum day in, day it, 365 days of the year. Don’t get me wrong, I would love to but time  simply does not permit. That brings me to Friday’s Favourites. I still want to keep up with personal projects and the journalling that goes along with it but at the same time managing my workload, my house and my children. I figure a weekly project is much more manageable then a daily one. So here it is…

Welllooow!” “Welllooow!”

Willow’s new favourite word and it’s just the sweetest word there ever was. No longer a bubba but a “Welllooow!” She can now recognise herself in the mirror; on the computer; on the wall and boy does that make her proud.

She’s going on 20 months (although not quite yet – still 19 months) and everyday she learns something amazing and enlightening. She’s found the draws…particularly the tupperware and drink bottle draws. She likes to slobber all over the drink bottles and kids cutlery and put them right back where she got them from. She likes to have five water bottles/cups on the go at any given time. She likes her babies. Still. She wraps them in her wraps. She puts her bibs on them and feeds them – her milk. They have dried bits of milk all over their scruffy faces and I don’t have the heart to wipe it all off. Not now. Maybe never. She gets cranky when her babies don’t sit properly in their chairs (with their foreheads smacked up against the table edge). She has at least three prams on the go at any one time, filled with her stuff.  I have found her in Byron’s room countless times with marbles in her mouth and  hands looking up at me as if she’s done no wrong. Byron thinks he hides them but obviously not well enough.  Lucky I’ve hidden them now – no more marbles for Willow. She’s too smart and way too cheeky. God love her…

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