Project 52 - 2/52

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

*A photograph of each of my children, once a week in 2015.*

Cohen
I am really starting to enjoy the age of four more and more everyday.  As I have mentioned before, this kid has an amazing imagination.  He loves to make up stories, play pretend and reenact his favorite books - which means I'm usually Goldilocks and he's Papa Bear who chases me out of his house.  But while he can be tough as nails, the love he has for his sister continues to grow everyday.  This afternoon I looked over and Cohen had his arm around Lola and they were watching Baby Einstein together.  He will randomly stop to hug her and say, "I wuv you Wowo."  He may be all boy but he is my little lover.




Lola
You know that quote from Shakespeare, " Though she may be little, she is fierce."  That is my daughter all over. Lola is getting much braver and starting to walk all over the place.  While she still may look like a drunken sailor as she toddles around, it has instilled a new form of confidence within her little soul.  Lola loves to talk and most importantly, get her way.  Yesterday she wanted the toys Cohen was playing with, Cohen told her no and she head butted him!  Yes, head butted her brother like a buck.  Once again, she is little but damn, the girl is fierce.





xo,

8 comments:

  1. I love that you're doing this! Digital cameras weren't the norm when our daughter was little and I have to dig out the photos to remember those moments of fun and randomness when she was that small!

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  2. Ok, the head butt? That is hilarious! And his big brother love is way cute!

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  3. I should do this so I'd be sure to get a weekly photo of my son. Your kids are adorable and I loved the age of four... and miss it, too.

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  4. What cute photos and I like your goal it is attainable since it is not daily but weekly.

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  5. Enjoy it as much as you can. Before you know it, they will be teenagers just like my little girl is now!

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  6. wahahah your girl is a survivor!! :)

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  7. How sweet are those faces? Four was a good age for my kids. Three was tough though!

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  8. I definitely feel like my son is more lovey and affectionate then both of my daughters. Treasure the moments before the real arguing and fighting between siblings begins!

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