a fun way of seeing your child grow…

IMG_4003 IMG_4004 IMG_4002 DSC_0124 DSC_0529 DSC_0373 DSC_0377 DSC_0214 2 DSC_0073 2 DSC_0589 DSC_0030 DSC_0106 DSC_0497 DSC_0179The jump from 11 years old to 12 is astonishing. Puberty does a number on our children.  i would recommend to all parents…enjoy them (even when they are annoying us with babble about a video game or something)  before puberty makes them no longer yours. I mean, they would prefer hanging out with friends to being with old me, i mean, us. 🙂 Yesterday, she turned 14…how the hell did that happen?!

11 thoughts on “a fun way of seeing your child grow…

  1. What a beautiful, touching series of portraits, Amy. Your photographs really capture a special spirit here. Sooo lovely. And you can give yourself a pat on the back, “Well done, Mom!” 🙂

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    1. You know…when i started to collect photos of my daughter growing up, the changes were incredible between ages 11-12. I think it is human nature to believe things will always remain the same– b/c it feels like we ourselves seldom change. I mean, gosh i’m 45 years old according to my birth certificate, but i’m still 26 inside. Perhaps, it is also a way to keep us from going crazy. Thank you, Jane. ~amy

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    1. Hi tish! Thank you so much. My daughter is thought the pictures were cool too. She thought it was amazing how she went from being a child to a woman in a year–according to the photos. ~amy

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