A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2014.
A late afternoon walk around the rocks at Terrigal Haven, watching daddy out on the paddle board.
Mahlia: Growing in confidence, climbing higher. She has a tendency to say I can't before giving it a go, or whilst she is actually doing it, something both we, and her teachers, are trying to overcome. She's getting there and learning some things take practice.
Leila: Desperate to keep up with her sister, and climb just as high, if not higher. On the rope climbing frames she swings and climbs like a monkey, while I'm cringing and trying not to hover and make my fear of her falling, her fear.
Archer: Two teeth have popped through together! His little tongue is going overtime as he explores the new sensation and his clothes are soggy with dribble. He is such a happy little man, laughing at both his sisters' antics and the dogs.
Joining in with Jodi at Practising Simplicity.