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My mornings have been crazy the past few months due to being away from home with my two kids. One is still in hospital, true, but as we approach discharge date and with her special needs, it doesn't make things any easier. Liam loves watching cartoons and playing with his "marko (monster) trucks" while I get ready to leave for the hospital. Zoe usually has a little nap snuggled up to me in the ERGO carrier in between all of the regimented parts of her days. I hope things settle down a bit once we are back home with my husband but for now I am relying on technological distractions and baby carriers to get me through the days in Vancouver.

My children love books, I have read to Liam since he was an itty bitty baby and I do the same with Zoe. Our days always end with cuddles and books. I love that little guy reading books while enjoying his night time bottle. I know, he shouldn't be having bottles like a baby anymore but it is the one part of him that still reminds me that he is little and it will be a sad day for me when that is no longer part of his bedtime routine.

Now go over to see some fabulous photos at Chase Photography: http://bit.ly/cpnh-lifestyle-april-routine


10 comments:

  1. So sweet! I hope your routines go back to 'normal' very soon <3

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    1. Thanks! I hope so too, it has been the hardest year of my life.

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  3. Such an important time to capture. I hope things settle down when you get back home. I love the shot of your son's tiny feet. I am a sucker for chubby, little toes! :) - Dawn Goatley

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    1. Thanks Dawn! I'm a sucker for toes too, I sometimes feel like I spend more time taking pictures of their feet than their faces :P

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  4. Aww I love these! I love the little toes shot, I miss those cute baby feet on my boys! I hope your daughters discharge is a smooth transition!

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