Miscellaneous Memories #10
Would you believe I haven't done a Miscellaneous Memories since July? We have been so busy and the summer just seems to have been and gone, most of the time I have taken photos that have been specific events or days out, rather than bits and bobs.
Anyhow here are some random going's on from my 'big camera.'
We went over to Lucy's house for the day back at the end of August- these two were having a picnic on the living room floor.
My wonderful Grandparents came to visit for the weekend- 92 and 89! Just amazing!
Look at this beauty- she rarely smiles for my camera nowadays so when I get one of her smiling it makes me do a victory dance.
This girl has a good pouty stare on her- her eyes are the biggest and bluest I have ever seen.
LL started sitting up unaided in the second week of September, and since then she can't enough of it. We went to Cambridge shopping for the day and the sun came out so we had a picnic on the grass- she loves being part of the family and sitting with us.
Two weekends ago we went to Lucy's little girl's first birthday party. It was a nice excuse to don a party dress!
Mr E snapped this photo of me and my babies- I love it so much!
My big girl.
She enjoyed her first ever party.
And this one danced and jumped around all afternoon long.
LL joined in for a quick boogie too.
But it all got a bit much and she needed a sleepy cuddle from Daddy.
This little person makes us laugh every single day with her antics.
Until the next time.
I am starting to watermark my photos from now on after this post. If someone still wants to take them, I know this won't stop them, but hopefully it will make it slightly harder. I can't go back and watermark all the old photos on my blog as it will take me literally months, but I will do going forward. I feel so sad that something has taken away a little bit of the joy I get from sharing photos on my blog. It might be silly but it has.
They are only photographs, but they are my photographs of my lovely girls. Please be respectful and don't use them as your own. Thank you.