99 of 366 | Practicing without training wheels before school.
100 of 366 | Dimples and a haircut.
101 of 366 | They were playing pirates and their ship was sinking. But luckily they found a new ship before they ended up in the water because they couldn’t swim. I’m just glad they can navigate the high seas together!
102 of 366 | He made waiting for my car to be inspected a whole lot cuter. And busier. Definitely busier.
103 of 366 | Sometimes I see some light that I really, really want to use, so I ask him to stand in it in exchange for a few marbles to go towards new LEGO sets. This was one of those times. It was worth it.
104 of 366 | Morning kitchen light and shadows. Because light makes everything pretty.
105 of 366 | It was his first time seeing the Star Wars wall.
Next up is Cynthia Berning Photography!
92 of 366 | Hot doughnuts now.
93 of 366 | He fell asleep. I chose to keep rocking him so I could soak up just a little bit more of his littleness.
94 of 366 | I woke up to a lot of noise in the kitchen and came out to find them unloading the dishwasher. It had to be captured.
95 of 366 | Breakfast and newly discovered light.
96 of 366 | Some unexpected light and shadows that I found in a parking garage of all places.
97 of 366 | Waiting for the bus.
98 of 366 | He informed me that he can read in his head now. He at least still called me mommy, though.
Next up is Julia Francesca Photography!
85 of 366 | Shadow play in the car’s headlights.
86 of 366 | Saturday morning coffee made by the biggest. I love that he still loves to make my coffee for me. I swear it makes it taste even better!
87 of 366 | It snowed Easter morning. And someone was extremely excited to experience the snow for the first time ever!
88 of 366 | We have moved on to the toddler version of the changing table portrait series.
89 of 366 | Human coloring book.
90 of 366 | He asked if he could read to me while I went through my morning routine. I love that he loves reading as much as I do.
91 of 366 | I got out to shoot some street photography today. And I happened upon this local shop getting ready for First Fridays. I asked if I could document him while he worked and he gave me the okay.
Next up is Karen Osdieck Photography!