#wordlessWednesday: 2012 holiday moments
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One of my goals for 2012 was to take pictures daily. I wanted to remember more of the daily moments of our lives, not just the highlights. Despite having some camera issues this fall, I’ve done a pretty good job of capturing more moments. Getting an iPhone4 this summer also helped me document more moments. It’s so easy to pick up the iPhone and grab a few shots and post them for posterity to Instragram (and yes, I haven’t left Instagram).
This year, I am continuing my daily challenge with the help of photo prompts from A Grande Life. I’m also picking up the video camera more. I want to hold to that funny way my 7 year old still stays the word breakfast. I want to capture the cuteness and occasional drama of my 4 year old even if it’s only 30 seconds of life.
All this to say – here are some moments from the 2012 holidays.
Sprinkling Reindeer Dust on Christmas Eve
Enjoying my daughter’s 6th birthday again with family
Christmas morning after the presents are unwrapped
My oldest son making quesadillas for dinner with much help (supervision) from his younger siblings
The girls getting their haircuts for the new year
Because I love meeting new people and sharing, this post is linked to:
Wordless Wednesday, Wordless Wednesday, Gratituesday, Wordless Wednesday at My Organized Chaos, Wordless Wednesday at Better in Bulk, Seasonal Celebration
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