A new year. A new year of possibilities and goals and ideas and changes. I'm always a little anxious about the new year because I look back on the one we left behind and realize how much changed in just that one year. Some good and some bad. Our exciting baby announcement, but also the loss of my grandmother. The unknown is such a terrifying concept, this not having any idea what lies before us but pushing forward just the same. What will 2016 bring us? Will it be a year of joy and celebration, or will there be great trials as well. Either way, we must jump into 2016 headfirst, and this little curly haired moptop makes that jump so much easier. In 5 weeks, her sister will be here too, and what joy and craziness that will bring!
In 2015, my 365 project focused on Erin Hensley's Finding the Light monthly themes. I followed them to the letter each and every day except in December, but my 365 project also focused every day on my daughter. This year, I am still participating in Erin's themes, but my 365 project will not rely on them. I'm going to ease up and just use my 366 project (it's a leap year!) to photograph my daughters. I cannot wait to uncover the possibilities of photographing their individual growth, but also the growth of their relationship.
To each and every one of you, I wish you a 2016 full of happiness and joy and love and health.
1.366 We bought this hat at Walgreens on New Year's Eve, and you wore it around the store, refusing to take it off. We went to our friends' house that night, and you had so much fun playing with all of the kids that I found you in their basement running in circles and screaming and laughing all by yourself. Your joy was uncontainable, the best way to start the new year.
Wife, Mommy, Vintage Lover, Coffee Addict, Photography Junkie