Wednesday, November 12, 2014

52 WEEKS OF MEMORIES | 45 - HOLDING

Bub has always been a very tactile baby. Shes always loved touching us and being touched from the very beginning. We stroked her to sleep each night on her forehead and she still strokes herself to sleep now with her blankie. She got so excited when she discovered her hands and worked out how to use them. Shes always picking things up and running them through her hands. Shes a huge fan of sensory play. Now that shes older she creates sensory play experiences for herself at any opportunity. When we went to visit her aunty during the week she quickly discovered the gravel driveway running down the side of the house. She spent ages playing with the rocks, picking them up, holding them and letting them fall from her fingers. It makes my heart sing to see her learning and getting so much joy out of something as simple as gravel.


45| HOLDING
~ Bub having fun holding the rocks ~


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21 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous capture. Right now I'm holding onto hope that I win the trip to Dubai and I sort my passport out in time. I think I've captured it perfectly (not) on the blog today.

    Pop over and link up if you get the chance.

    Also my suggestion for a prompt for next year.... wait for it...... The Mystery Factor!

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    1. ohh we could have a prompt of "mysterious" or "its a mystery" no idea what I'd take a pic of though.

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  2. Gorgeous photo of your bub! What a lovely project! Wish things like this were around when my kids were babies! ;-)

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    1. I just made it up Min! I guess in a way to justify the ridiculous amount of photos I take of her.

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  3. She is getting so big. My son used to hold onto lots of little things and as soon as your turned your back fill up his mouth. Luckily no choking happened.

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    1. Yea she does that too. I was watching her like a hawk the whole time.

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  4. Mine were always fascinated with sand!!! She's growing so fast - cutie pie hair do

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    1. She loves sand too, but it doesnt take long for her to start eating it.

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  5. Amazing how the simplest things, keep them happy for ages. She looks so grown up in this photo, she must have had a growth spurt!

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    1. I think she has had a growth spurt because she starting to outgrow a lot of her clothes (the ones which are apparently meant to last until 18mths... not!).

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  6. Oh, I love her cute little waterfall hairdo! (Do people still call them waterfalls?)

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    1. I didn't know it had a name haha. I call it the "mummy pinned my hair back like this because its too long to stay out of my face in a pony tail, but not long enough to tuck behind my ears yet".

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  7. Wonderful pic of your daughter. Real life memories. And a great meme to keep you going, preserving memories.

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    1. Thats the plan. I want to do up some kind of photo collage at the end of it.

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  8. It's so cute watching them realise they have hands and feet. This is a gorgeous picture of your little miss!

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    1. So cute watching them learn new things :)

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  9. What a gorgeous girl and a lovely idea... love it!

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  10. She is so very sweet, and I love how she has created a game that keeps her still for so long....her concentration span is great for one so little :)

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