Shortly after I took my previous Siblings photos, Rory started sitting up independently. This has added a whole new dynamic to Arlo and Rory’s interaction. Rory is very happy to be more a part of things, and Arlo is delighted to have his brother more involved in his play.
It also means I can ditch the car seat in the trolley or those ridiculously uncomfy plastic lie-down seats and do this:
Rory sitting up also makes the task of getting a photo of the two of them together a whole lot easier. When Arlo requests, “Take a picture of us, mama!”, I could not be happier to oblige.
As usual, the group of bloggers hosting Siblings have joined our posts into a circle, and this month I am sending you to Carie’s blog, Space for the Butterflies. I met Carie in the queue going into last year’s Britmums conference, and since then I have been eagerly devouring every blog post she writes, as she has such a talent for storytelling. Space for the Butterflies is probably the best example I can find of a blog serving as a rich legacy of memories – Carie, I think your girls will take great pleasure in reading all about their childhood when they are older.
Taken a photo of your children this month that you just can’t resist sharing? Join in with the #siblingsproject linky below: