I hesitated this month when it came to documenting another 10 on 10. What could I possibly do different than last time? How could I prevent it from being redundant each month? Isn't it a little soon to be asking these questions since this is only month 2? Well, I guess I shouldn't have been surprised to see that life has its own things in store, & the day I documented ended up being wonderful. This month was another lesson in seeing the beauty of everyday life. I was able to capture the sweet personalities of my two children, as well as my husband & wonderful friends. I'm grateful for these preserved memories that this project gives me.
8:00 am - Ruby Jane is sleeping soundly.
9:00 am - retrieving some cereal that dropped on the barstool.
10:00 am - Will gets so excited when his daddy comes home. he can't wait to tell him all the fun things he's been up to.
11:00 am - Ruby finishes her shower & kicks her feet & talks to us while waiting in the bassinet.
12:00 pm - getting ready to drive down to the bay area when Scott notices we have a flat tire. Will did his part to help.
1:00 pm - on the road. sunglasses on & baishie in hand (Will's lion blanket that he takes everywhere).
it didn't take long before this guy was out. he seriously has the most beautiful eyelashes & has since day one. i just can't get over them.
2:00 pm - Ruby meets my other mother & sister for the first time. we've been life-long friends, & they're practically family.
3:00 pm - love this girly.
Ruby bonds with her godmother & my best friend, Caitlin.
4:00 pm - i loved capturing the look on my husband's face while he smiled at our sweet daughter. it's these tender, natural moments that i treasure.
5:00 pm - buckled up & ready to head back home.
to continue the blog circle, head on over to Julie Ander's 10 on 10.