Back in August, I started a new project with a bunch of other photographers called the 10 on 10 project. The goal is to take 10 photos, about one every hour, in one day, to document a day in your life. It’s so important to create memories for your own family. I mean, isn’t that how most photographers start out? Wanting to document a story? Here’s ours…
Heading downstairs for breakfast.
Drawing on her IKEA easel.
Story time at the library. Aren’t these boots adorable? Gotta love Old Navy.
We hit up Target at least once a week. This week’s trip included a little treat. Have you seen these???? I was super excited but they’re just okay. I prefer mint. They need to start making mint M&Ms year round!
Lunch time. This is what happens when you live in Vegas. You don’t get a kids menu with crayons. You get a keno sheet. At least she’ll learn her numbers.
Before naps she insists we “find Elmo!” Then we pop in a video and she’s good to go. We gave up on napping her in her crib because she’d wake up screaming after 15 minutes and never go back to sleep. Now that we put her in the pack n play with a video she’ll nap up to 3 hours! Miracles do happen.
Playing with daddy before dinner.
Grapes for dessert. No, they are not olives. I swear.
The little princess in her Disney Princess bath towel. I love that thing. But daddy thinks she looks more like Jafar.
And a little “me time” before bed.
Disclaimer: This project is HARD now that the days are so short! But thanks for looking! Now head on over to San Francisco Bay Area Photographer Jayme Franklin‘s blog and check out her 10 on 10.