The 52 Project, photos 25/52: Beany: “Mommy, I’m up on the tippy tippy top! I knew I could do it!” Bear: “Play, please? Come play!” XO, Katrina
The 52 Project, photos 24/52: Bear: Give him a train and some cars, and he’s good. Beany: The hat-and-sunglasses game is still going strong. XO, Katrina
The 52 Project, photos 23/52: Beany: Always with the smiley eyes. This is one happy girl. Bear: The calm to his sister’s wild. Don’t let the sweet face fool you though — he can definitely hold his own. XO, Katrina
The 52 Project, photos 19/52: Beany and Bear: Happiness is rocks and sticks, fresh air and sunshine. Walden Pond has everything a kid needs for a day full of adventuring. XO, Katrina
The 52 Project, 13/52: Beany and Bear: Oh, those blue eyes. This is how kids get kitties and ponies and piles of toys they don’t need. Or milkshakes, if you’re strong-willed parents like us. 😉 XO, Katrina
This is why we have two. This is why they have each other. This is why my mommy heart feels full. XO, Katrina This post is part of The 52 Project: One photo of Beany and Bear every week of the year.
It’s getting harder and harder to take pictures of Bear without Beany jumping in these days. “Me, too! I want to smile with my baby brother!” Aside from his weekly photos (like the ones I did for Beany during her first year), I can’t say that I mind. I love how much she wants to be with him,…
Having a toddler is wonderful. Having a baby is awesome. Having a toddler who regularly requests to hold her baby brother and then sits there whispering things like, “I know, I know, it’s OK,” and, “Oh, I love you, cute boy,” is about as much as my mommy heart can take. XO, Katrina This post is part…