23 March 2014


"A portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014"

F: So it's officially spring, the weeks are rushing by and we're hitting milestones by the dozen with F. We took a shortcut to the park last week, I didn't really think anything of it but could see F's face take on a wary look as we walked along the overgrown path. It led to many questions, some I couldn't answer, and I realised how much this boy looks to me for all his answers. 

Joining in with Jodi. 



  1. it's funny (not haha funny of course) if a child walks though a graveyard they don't actually realise what it means and what it represents, unless they've had to deal with death early in their life. which no child should have to do, but it's inevitable in some cases.

    still, this is a sweet photo!

    1. I know, that'll teach me for answering questions quite honestly. He was a bit unsure when I told him there were people under the tombstones. I'm surprised I didn't give him nightmares. x

  2. Loving the contrast between youth and life, and the obvious representation from the graveyard. Lovely photo!

  3. Great photo. Yes, it's a huge responsibilty when you realise that they think you know everything lol. I really thought my parents were born parents. x

  4. beautiful photo, he seems so grown up! x

  5. Lovely photo. Cherry asks me SO many questions at the moment, it's hard work! x

  6. Lovely photo! We had a little conversation about death a week or two ago (when he squashed a bug!) It was really hard! It makes me a little worried too for all the hard questions in the future!

  7. we live next door to a graveyard, when Baya was a baby we used to go for a walk around it everyday when she was in the sling sleeping... girls used to love running around!

  8. This is such a lovely portrait and it's so interesting how perceptive children are.

    Laura x



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