Lily: On her computer watching Minecraft videos on YouTube. Its lovely for getting some peace and quiet. I get a beautiful smile when she catches me taking a picture.
Megan: Tackling her homework – making a mythical monster out of junk modeling. Here she’s reading what to do and sketching out her plans.
Time for another installment of Project 52! This week its all about gaming…
Lily: I tried a few times to catch a picture of her but she kept blocking me and pretending like she didn’t want her picture taking. However as soon as she was deep in concentration on Mario Kart, I caught a lovely natural picture of her.
Megan: Would you believe she’s actually doing her hair with the DS screen? Yep, that’s my girl. So vain!
Follow the 52 Project at Practising Simplicity.
Lily: I realised just as the girls were going to bed that I hadn’t taken their photo this week. Lily is in bed, cheeky as ever.
Megan: Watching YouTube videos in her PJs, pretending like she doesn’t want her picture taken.
I guess this is technically 2 pictures for each girl, but both were in the same minute so I’m classing it as one. Lily’s was flash on and flash off, she sleeps on the bottom bunk so I wasn’t sure which would be best. Megan’s pretending she didn’t want me taking a picture but she didn’t actually object to me taking a couple after that.
The 52 Project is run by Jodi at Practising Simplicity if you want to join in.
I watched Kate from Just Pirouette and Carry On, do the 52 Project last year and it really made me want to do it too. I don’t like starting things in the middle either, so I’ve waited right up until now to start. So this is my 1/52 post.
Megan: She’s so proud of the outfit she’s wearing. Picked and bought herself from Next and worn for the first time today. Any hint of a picture and she’s right there posing.
Lily: Total opposite of Megan, a nice casual “action” picture. Even her style completely contrasts with that of her sister, fashioning jeans and an “I love Santa” t-shirt which she also picked herself from Next.
If you’d like to join in with the 52 Project, its really simple to do. Jodi from Practising Simplicity is the person who organised and thought it up. At her blog you can also link your pictures in with everyone else. A simple concept – a photograph of my children, every week for 2014. A fun idea and also a great way to create memories.