Back to last week's issue. Want to share a photo, but not wanting to cross boundaries and share photos of other people, especially another child.
Two cousins played together this morning. Jarvis bossing his older cousin around (as he always does with older women/girls). But playing together so well. As they sat on the front steps, in a beautiful afternoon sun, blowing bubbles together I thought how cute they looked. So immediately grabbed my camera. But when it came to sharing here, I looked for photos where Sophie was turned away from the camera.
Not so much of a quote this week from Jarvis, but an action and a word. He reaches his hand out and says "me". As in follow me or do what I want. He has been doing it with a new love in his life (my brother-in-law has moved to
and Jarvis is very taken with his
girlfriend) and all morning with his cousin. He just puts his hand out to these
girls and expects them to follow him. He also does when we are out and he meets
new girls. At the park or library he will just approach an older girl and hold
out his hand. My problem is all of these girls/women do follow him. How do I
teach him, women are not and will not be at his beck and call? Brisbane
Last year Jodi inspired me to pick up my camera and turn the focus inward. This year I have opted to continue with the series as I feel there are still so many family stories to be told through photos. So I will continue to Link up with Jodi (the artist formerly known as Che & Fidel now Practising Simplicity) for the 52 Project.