Since my oldest started school, most mornings when I am not working are filled with adventures with my little girl. All days are built around school drop offs and pick ups now and school has been a bliss, not only for M but for his little sister as well who instantly made friends with other younger siblings. The whole community is amazing: the parents, the teachers, and of course the kids. Everyone is so supportive and friendly and we couldn’t be happier. Most importantly, both kids are thriving building great new friendships and being immersed in the caring and nurturing environment allowing them to explore and be closer to nature.
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This past month has been quite chaotic, so much so that I didn’t even take much photos of my two little people throughout the month until the very last few days… and so… the moments with these two, and between them two are the ones that mattered the most in October.
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The greatest gift of life is friendship, and I have received it.
Hubert H. Humphrey
This past month was full of lessons and discoveries. Human relationships can be tricky, but I truly hope my children will grow up knowing true friendship. Between each other first of all, and of course with the friendships they’ve been building now and will be building later. Our September adventures included some extra plays with our little friends that are honestly almost like family now. Documenting my children’s everyday each month has brought more conscious attention to the little moments that have often been taken for granted. I hope that others can see the importance of documenting their family as well and get the true appreciation for those every day moments.
This photo below is a special one 😉 that is her hiding place as she is refusing to acknowledge toilet for some of her important business…
True friendship multiplies the good in life and divides its evils. Strive to have friends, for life without friends is like life on a desert island… to find one real friend in a lifetime is good fortune; to keep him is a blessing.
I feel like my mind has been all over the place lately – so many ideas, thing I want to be doing – so much so that I got side tracked and stopped photographing my everyday – kinder pickup, officeworks shopping, morning kisses, kitchen play, being silly, playing footsies, singing “Brother finger”, sausage toes, hubby working, bath time shenanigans, imaginary play, friends visiting, sticky ouze in her hair, stubborn toilet training adventures, cooking together, refusing nap and passing out on the floor, hangs with friends – the moments that matter… So I joined the blog circle with a bunch of very talented ladies and we are all documenting those said moments. I still managed to keep some moments in my head only as if capturing them would spill out all the feelings that have been felt but I really failed to multitask this past 2 days after attending Possible. Meanwhile my most little people have been growing, being mischievous and being themselves and I am glad I got some of those moments documented.
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