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This is a little late going up, but here is Week 6 of the 366 Project. In order this week:
Lashes – when he looks down, whoa, I love those lashes.
Come Outside – what he is trying to get me to do all the time. Love that.
Adore – seriously look at how he looks at him
Chalk Art – in weird light. I like how the shadows framed him and were pointing right at him.
Breakfast – usual shenanigans around here, mess included.
Point – lines, triangles, shadows.
Dinner – just waiting on his favorite

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5x5 frame400Haircut ritual.  They’ve already outgrown the kid place. They miss the gaming console and movies they could watch while getting their cut but their preferences for hair styling outweighed that.  I didn’t get all the “after” shots I wanted but here’s the little story about them getting it done.

Please follow the circle HERE to see what stories the super talented Cynthia Dawson has this week.


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  • Renee

    I see you’ve got one with long hair too:). It’s amazing how quickly their hair becomes important to them:)ReplyCancel

  • Julie Moses

    Oh, that BW under the barber poles!! Just awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Tess Runion

    Love this little story! They are super cute…before and after!ReplyCancel

  • Laura Martin Mood

    So fun! Looks like you were busy with them all getting haircuts. So glad you were able to capture them all.ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia Dawson

    I love these!! Makes me excited for when I can take my little guy in for a haircut. Your boys are so handsome Heather!ReplyCancel

  • Mel Karlberg

    That’s a pretty cool “big person” haircut joint though 😉 Such handsome boys – I love reading about their adventures.ReplyCancel

Another week for Project 366.  Had lunch with the husband.  Ferris likes to stretch. A belly shot in pretty light. Some male bonding. Two portraits from very different perspectives.  And Laird is Fast.


Lunch with This Guy  29|366


Stretch 30|366


Belly 31|366


Male Bonding 32|366


16 mm Portrait 33|366


135 mm Portrait 34|366


Fast 35|366

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  • Carey Pace

    love love LOVE. Goodness, what a beautiful collection of images! I keep scrolling up and down trying to pick a favorite and I just can’t!ReplyCancel

Another week down!  I am loving what I am getting!  That’s a great feeling, for sure.  All three in the frame x 2!  Gorgeous light and genuine expressions.  Here’s a little bit of what we did this week.


The Movies 22|366


Heely 23|366


Sword Play 24|366


Let Me In 25|366


Wake Up 26|366


Lie In The Sun 27|366


Hair Cut 28|366

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  • Carey Pace

    wow. wow. wow. Dude, you are rocking this 365. I can’t believe you’re getting jaw dropping images every. single. day!ReplyCancel

5x5 frame400This is his last year at home with me.  Well, at least not  being in full time school.  Time is passing quick; in fact I just got notified of the date for his kindergarten registration. Sigh. Being the third, I don’t get as much one on one time with him to just do stuff.  Certainly, not like the first kid did.  So, on the long list of things to maximize our Mom & Ferris time before September is here, I subscribed to Kiwi Crate.  This is the second month the educational craft box has arrived.  And he already gets excited just seeing the box.  Last month we made a “mechanical claw” made of balsa wood and rope and pretend stuffed toys made of yarn to recreate the Claw Machines we dump money into at arcades.  This month, a treasure box and treasure maps.  Hours of fun.

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  • Julie Mak

    How fun! What a lucky boy to have a mama like you! Enjoy this time with him!ReplyCancel

  • Renee Gravelle Bonuccelli

    So awesome! What a fun idea!! I too have my third boy entering school in the fall…….I wish time would slow down.I love the idea of a planned activity box……ReplyCancel

  • Tina Beckett

    So fun! We love Kiwi Crate!! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Laura Martin Mood

    This looks like so much fun! Love the pocket of light he did his craft in too. It’s always a plus when kids get to have fun in good light 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Mason

    What a great idea! Beautiful images Healther and try not to let your heart hurt too much that he will be going off to school. He will have a blast!ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia Dawson

    What fun!! Love the light and color to these images Heather.ReplyCancel

  • Carey Pace

    we LOVE kiwi crate!!! We made that treasure box the other day, too! You photographed this so beautifully. I love the dramatic light here. It CAN be so hard to compare the experiences of one child to another, can’t it? No, he hasn’t had the same one on one time with you, but he HAS had experiences with his siblings that the older ones never got. It’s not wrong – just different. A difference that will make him who he is and that is wonderful. All the same, how special that this is omething you two can share for the few remaining months he is still at home. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Tess Runion

    Kiwi Crate? Such a fun idea!! Love these images and all the light and shadows. Great post!!!ReplyCancel

  • Meredith Howell Rockefeller

    Love the light in these, and I love that you take the time to create unique one on one experiences for him! He’ll definitely look back and remember these moments!ReplyCancel

  • Lynzi Le Anne Berg

    This looks like so much fun! I am sure he is treasuring these last days at home with you as well. Beautiful how you captured this time.ReplyCancel

  • Mel Karlberg

    I’ve never heard of this! I must check this out!!! You captured this event so perfectly <3!ReplyCancel

  • Allison Gipson

    Special time together is the BEST. And I need to look into this Kiwi Crate, I bet Adam would love it!ReplyCancel

  • AnnMarie Denis

    oooh that looks like so much fun! My boys would love a crate like that to come in the mail.ReplyCancel

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