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“A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week, in 2014.”

Poet: She’s gazing at her brother which makes her smile even more precious.
 
I’ve had a big few days in regards to knowing my limits and honouring my priorities. So many profound lessons for me and as a result I’m feeling much lighter and calmer. So today, as I write this post a little late than usual I’m going to keep it short (no favourites today, I’m afraid) and leave you instead with a few words that may resonate:
“It’s good to leave each day behind, like flowing water, free of sadness. Yesterday is gone and its tale told. Today new seeds are growing.” 
Rumi

 

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  • erica wilson
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    Those curls ♥ and smile ♥

  • Kate
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    I love this one of Poet 🙂

  • The adored: journal
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    Such a sweet smile x

  • Tara
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    I adore her curls and smile!
    The colours in this photo are amazing!

  • sunny
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    perfect photo 🙂

  • Janey G
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    beautiful capture and words xxx

  • Steph @ this brown wren
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    Capturing these little moments is precisely why this project is so special. So beautiful. May your week unfold with much calm and light xx

  • Alison
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    I'm glad to hear you are finding the light and calm at the end of the day. It looks like Miss Poet might project a bit of that herself. x

  • Lisha
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    beautiful. sweet smile.

  • Mother Down Under
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    I love this project because it not only records the photo, but also the moments surrounding the photo.

  • Katrina@capturingmoments
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    Well doesn't she love her big brother so dearly…lovely capture. x

  • Clare B
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    Beautiful photo this week Jodi. Such a secretive, lovely smile between siblings.

  • Dre @ no frills mum
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    Nothing beats the love and connection between siblings! My girls smile at each other like that and I melt every time x

  • dear olive
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    She totally looks like she has a secret! So sweet that she's smiling at Che. Kellie xx

  • look see. by naomi fenton
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    What a cherub! x

  • Sophie Appleby
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    So gorgeous! And love that quote x

  • Janelle
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    What a beautiful little grin! Love it

  • Erica
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    that's such good advice, and what a wonderful quote with which to illustrate it. I'm feeling similarly stretched with the addition of a new baby and visiting family, but I'm really taking comfort in reminding myself that this is simply the season in which I find myself, and it won't last forever.

  • Reply

    It's such a relief to realise your limits, I think. Be kind to yourself x

  • Cassandra Michelin
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    Perfection. x

  • Christie R
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    I can't believe how grown-up Poet looks in this picture!

  • Marian Hazel
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    Glad you are listening to what is right for yourself. Poet is a treasure.

  • Heidi
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    I love that this moment is captured forever. Poet is such a sweet little girl.

  • mascaraandmud
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    no one likes a stressed out momma! take it easy xx

  • abigailemily
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    I love that even though he's not in the portraits any longer, Che's presence is still evident!

  • Imogen Eve
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    beautiful.

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