Week 2/52


I have never done a photo project as I have been afraid to commit to something I may not be able to finish.. However, when I saw James' project on Bleubird I knew I wanted to give it a try.."a portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2013." SO, I've already missed week one, but here it goes..  photo jan1of3_zps98e79e22.jpg  photo jan3of3_zps8072d440.jpg  photo jan2of3_zpsed99cfa7.jpg
Sienna: She wasn't really sleeping. She was laying there watching cooking shows. Something she loves to do..
Houston: Hello drool.. I wonder if it will ever go away?!
Coen: It may not be the best picture, but it represents my boy well!

Have you all started any projects? Leave your link below, I'd love to check them out!


  1. This sounds like a fun project. I might have to hop on board! Would definitely be an awesome way to document their year.

  2. Awe, so cute! I've joined a "why I love my husband" link party on another blog. Each week we post reasons why we love our man! Here's my link: http://mamadishesit.com/2013/01/10/why-i-love-my-husband-link-up/

    Miss you tons!

  3. Love it!!!! Love your photography, and your children!!! It's a great way to document them, really like it. It's fun, I'm 1000+ gifts in 2013 with others @ aholyexperience.com really enjoying it. Practicing gratitude, which I know is a key to joyfilled living from experience. Somewhere along the way, I got distracted, lost focus. :)

  4. I love this photo project! I think I will do this as well! great photos! <3

  5. Hi Brandy! Hopped over from Kerubo Mama and had to say hi. So your pictures are just gorgeous but something really caught my eye and that's Houston's drool! Drew just turned 2 and he is STILL a big-time drooler. Our ped said it's because of his huge tonsils but that it should decrease someday. Anyway, I'm your newest follower and hope you'll stop by and follow back!

    1. Thanks so much Sarah! I am heading your way right now!!!

      Brandy Jane Mabel

  6. I love this project idea! it is so simple and captures moments without feeling staged as they grow up. Love it.

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