Hosted by Chris
Hosted by Cecily and Lolli
Or, the week I managed to shoot all three of my children
(that line just never gets old)
April 2: I hadn't broken out the lights in over a year, and Emma was momentarily game, so we set up a little impromptu photo studio in the upstairs hallway.
April 3: I don't know what they are, but they're growing in my front yard, and they're pretty.
April 4: My focal point was supposed to be the flower, but for as long as I've been taking pictures of Jordan, all I ever see are her eyes.
April 5: COME ON! It's April 5th!
We got six inches of snow in three hours.
Winter is not my friend.
April 6: I was there to take pictures of the sunset. Matt was there for the sunset. We put a (very) quick ten miles behind us chasing the light, and when we got to the lake, I had a camera attached to my face the entire time. But Matt sat down, and took time to absorb the moment -- in the moment.
To be totally honest, he also wanted to talk to the ducks -- he asked if any of them were mighty.
He's an odd one.
I'm not sure where he gets it.
April 7: The infamous black jellybean.
Do you or don't you?
April 8: A trampoline is a stage, and a rocket ship and a bed and a circus and countless other things.
I don't know who invented the coiled steel spring (or the trampoline), but this spring, and about a hundred more just like it, will give more joy and exercise to my kids than anything else we'll do this summer.