Thank you for all of your enthusiasm and generous words about the 30 day project! It was so lovely to hear your thoughts on the images each day, and lovely to hear from so many of you saying hello for the first time! Hello! I enjoyed the month of photography so very much - it was such a great way for me to reflect on the little moments in each day that are important to me, and to us. The little toes that I want to cherish, a book that I've read hundreds of times, a quiet moment at the end of the day. Moments that are so important in our everyday, day-to-day life as a family - moments that seem as though they could never be forgotten...and yet, of course, with time, they do and will fade. I'm grateful for this little collection - this tiny little snippet into what our life looks like right now - without the faces, without the posed shots. Just the everyday, ordinary bits of family life that I love. There's more to come of the 30 day project - I'll share how I've collected them as soon as it's ready. And in the meantime, I'll be incorporating "Everyday Photography" posts into the fold here from time to time.
The project also gave me a wonderful break to reflect on this blog space (which is nearing three years old. is that possible?) - time to think about what it means to me and what I'd like to do here. I'm excited about all of that, and look forward to jumping back in next week!
Before I go though, let me direct you to the wonderful blog Artful Parent, where Jean has written a review of The Creative Family (April 1st inches closer!). You'll find a little interview with me, and (you'll like this part!) a chance to win a free copy of the book. Thank you, Jean!
Oh, and I can't leave for the weekend (see, now I can't stop talking) without sharing a little bit of beach with you - from yesterday, containing a few of my favorite things:
by camilla & converse
on a date with my love.
Have a wonderful weekend!