Category Archives: Personal and Creative

The Boy and the Snail – Week 13 {Project 52}

I haven’t taken photos of the little guy in a while.  As he gets older I realised I’m taken less and less photos because I’m so used to our life-with-a-little-one, my eyes don’t see the beauty in the ordinary as often… It’s the same in all aspects of life I think. So when we found…

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Big Toys – Week 12 {Project 52}

Playing with pappa’s tools. This kept the little guy busy for a long while. He enjoyed learning the words “hamer”, “beitel” and “skroef” (hammer, chisel and screw) and kept on repeating it over and over and over… It’s so beautiful to see him learning about the world, everything is fascinating and new and awesome. I…

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Penguins – Week 11 {Project 52}

Ouma and Oupa Schlebusch came to visit us and we went to see the penguins in Betty’s Bay one day. The little guy was fascinated with these chirp-chirps and their donkey calls. Love taking him on adventures, because everything is awesome and new and it makes you see the whole world with new eyes.

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Bath Time – Week 10 {Project 52}

Bath time is pappa time in our home. It’s also something we don’t do every day, because he loves showering with pappa mostly. So when it’s a bath night, it’s a loooong event full of play, talking, all the toys in the bath, waterfalls from above, bubbles, drinking bath water, eating foam.  We have to…

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Little Adventures – Week 9 {Project 52}

For us the normal things we do every day is just normal every day stuff… But for little ones, it’s new and exciting and they learn so much from it. We read a lot of books, and most of them are about farm animals. When we were on the farm last week, the little guy…

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