It's been an interesting week for photographing things around here. Basically, having the kids home for two days due to extreme cold had me feeling, well, not deeply in love with anything.
But I did manage to capture one moment. One very special moment that is indicative of our life. And I thought for the beginning of "All Four Love" it was a perfectly one to share.
If you don't know what I'm talking about, this post explains it better. (And it's not too late to join in!)
The theme for this week was Loved Deeply...
But there are other moments when I know they have my whole heart. Days when, in an instant, I stop and take note.
Like the other day, Adam was rushing out the door to work. He doesn't usually rush in the morning, but on this day, I think he had an early meeting. As he was getting ready to leave (literally, he had everything ready to go), Sam, sitting at the kitchen counter, said "Daddy? Will you play with me? Just for a minute?"
And who can resist a lisp like our Hobbit's?
Not his daddy, that's for sure.
My camera was right beside me so I snapped a few pictures...because I wanted to remember how my husband does this. Stops everything for our kids. I'm not quite as adept in that area.
This isn't a moment out of the ordinary. This is typical, and that's why I think it's so much more important to document it.
Yeah, that's the kind of thing that makes me love deeply in this world. There's nothing else like it!
If you want to play along, head over to Jeanne's blog and link up! We can't wait to see what you come up with!
And don't forget to comment on the post just below this one for a chance to win a spot in Christy Tomlinson's mixed media She Art Workshop! It's gonna be amazing!
Have a wonderful weekend!! I'm heading down to Colorado Springs for a writer's conference and I cannot wait to keep learning how to craft a better book.
P.S. I keep playing with my font choices here on the ol' bloggio and I can't seem to settle on one. I promise eventually I'll figure out what I like and keep it consistent. Eventually.