Finding the sunshine – Melbourne family photographer

Did you keep a baby book with your little ones?
We didn’t… instead, I took(take) photos… lots of them 🤣

In the mini’s first year I did a photo a week, with each photo I’d record memories from that week. The following year it was once a month, and the last 2 years I’ve done it at 6month intervals. I think I’ll continue til next year when she turns 5 (WHAT!). Then perhaps make a keepsake book with it.

For the most part, my memory is shocking, but give me an image and it connects straight away. This is why I’m a sucker for the Timehop app, Facebook memories, and the 1SE app. 1 second a day videos are amazing rabbit holes that now even the mini gets sucked into. Which reminds me I really need to get back into this year’s compilation so far.

This is my 3.5 year old wrapped up in the blanket I had hung to take photos of her in front of. While ideas may never go to plan, it’s still a memory of Monday afternoon playing in the late afternoon sunshine.

What’s the point of me posting and sharing today? I’m not really sure, but in these uncertain times, I hope we can still all find some sunshine in those late afternoon days that seem to go on forever.

If you find it and want to be in some photos with your loved humans or furries send me a dm or email and let’s chat.

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