This is what parts of my Thursday looked like. It feels like I've hardly taken any pictures over the past few weeks and I miss the daily challenge/joy of seeing things. This is going to sound stupid, but I only figured out the other day that being a mum is proper full-time job (duuuuuh!). Totting up the hours I realised that I do 14-hour days, so it's really no wonder that I don't have time to blog more often than I do! I ain't complaining though, it's the best and most important "job" I've ever done in my life and I wouldn't trade it for the world. Happy Friday y'all!
Love the Apple computer shot...so fun!ReplyDelete
i'm so happy to read these words ! i'm feeling less alone ! :)ReplyDelete
because people don't understand that so often ,to them : i don' work !
so thanks ! and, as always for the pics. I hope one day your eye will come to Paris !
I'm loving those muted tones here, and those little hands! I believe motherhood is the most important job ever too, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
I LOVE the photo of the painting. Beautifully shallow depth of field...ReplyDelete
Despite your busy schedule, your photos are still fantastic! Love the shadow of your sunglasses, really creative.ReplyDelete
i love the first photo, makes me feel all warm and cozy.ReplyDelete
O ser ju ut o hjälpa dej med disken iallafall! :)) Vad fint + fina bilder!ReplyDelete
O chokladen under ser mkt god olyxig ut..!
enjoy this time with your new family!!ReplyDelete
kiss little oomoo on the head for me.
Awww, hope you have a lovely weekend with your beautiful family, dear Famapa!ReplyDelete
just bumped into your blog, I like your photos. Hello :)ReplyDelete
looks like a perfect thursday to me. :)ReplyDelete
Vilka underbara bilder, som alltid! Älskar speciellt den sista!ReplyDelete
Yep there just aren't enough hours in the day are there! Check out this article from the Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2011/mar/26/modern-mother-equality-illusionReplyDelete
I'm a full time mum too and while I don't agree with all of it, it made for very interesting reading.
Lovely pics as always x
I'm outing myself. I regularly stop by to gaze at your lovely photos but never left a comment:)I smiled to read your post. Oh yes, it is a proper full-time job! But, like you, I loved it even though sometimes I didn't know if I'd have the energy to get up again. My 6 year old boy has just started at school and it's true - those early years go fast and you'll really value all that slow time you spent with your boy(and it can be really slow can't it?!)