I really should write things down that come out of my children’s mouths because it’s so funny at the time but I always end of forgetting. Today I’ll try to share a few things they’ve said lately.
B1 – Looking into the mirror before church – “Wow I didn’t know that I looked that good.”
B2 – After telling him to get into the car because we needed to go to the pharmacy – “Mama, what is a fantasy?” me – “Um, it’s like a fairy tale something that’s not real, why?” B2 – “So what kind of fantasy are we going to?” me – “What?, … No, I said pharmacy sweetie, like the drug store.” B2 – “ooh”
B1 – “Mama I think that the people on skateboards were laughing at me.”
B2 – “I think this money really is burning a hole in my pocket.”
B3 – At the grocery store after someone had commented on liking B4’s bow on her head – “Wook, hers has feet too!”
B2 – “Mama why did you decide to dye my socks pink?”
Ah, yes out of the mouths of babes.
Now off topic.
I’ve been a little slack about taking photos lately, instead I’m very slowly trying to learn some more things in Photoshop. I’ll share what I spent this afternoon working on.
And yes it took a while to achieve a “old” looking photo, but looks pretty cool right?
And changing gears again.
The adventure of a lifetime begins…
Directed by award-winning filmmaker Thomas Balmès, from an original idea by producer Alain Chabat, Babies simultaneously follows four babies around the world – from birth to first steps. The children are, respectively, in order of on-screen introduction:
– Ponijao, who lives with her family near Opuwo, Namibia
– Bayarjargal, who resides with his family in Mongolia, near Bayanchandmani
– Mari, who lives with her family in Tokyo, Japan
– Hattie, who resides with her family in the United States, in San Francisco.
Re-defining the nonfiction art form, Babies joyfully captures on film the earliest stages of the journey of humanity that are at once unique and universal to us all.
And that’s all the rambling I have for today.