Welcome back to week twenty seven of #RememberingTheseDays Instagram community. The place to share your precious family memories. I host this community with the lovely Laura over at Life with Baby Kicks
Whatever the memory, or life event you want to record, joining in is simple, just tag your favourite photos #RememberingTheseDays over on Instagram. Each Sunday Laura and I will choose our four favourites. Please follow Mudpie Fridays here and Life with Baby Kicks here on Instagram to see if you have been featured.
Each Saturday when I go in to choose my favourites and make sure I have liked every photo within the tag, I always try to guess how many we will be up to. It seems only like yesterday that I was posting about reaching 10,000. We are now over 16,200 meaning are now gaining around 1,000 new tags a week. Laura and I are very surprised by how successful the tag is and would like to say a big thank you to everyone who continues to use #RememberingTheseDays.
This weeks favourites:
- Being a mum of boys it very unlikely I will ever capture a moment like this but don’t they look adorable in their matching ballet shoes and leotards, beautiful capture by @whitecamellias
- “to be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment” Ralph Waldo Emerson. Stunning photo by @fivelittledoves
- I love the aspect of this photo over on @the.girls.and.i, very clever photo taking
- @melmclellan introducing one of her little ones to the ocean for the first time, such a beautiful moment
Please pop over and visit their feeds by clicking on the names above.
My favourite from my feed is this one of Kipper in the carrier. Normally it is me carrying him so I miss out on the look of wonderment he often has on his face. It was nice to be able to take photos without worrying about the DLSR colliding with his head or him pulling on the camera strap.
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A little red nose! This one is really struggling at the moment with teething leading to lots of mummy cuddles and sleepless nights. All he wants to be is held poor little mite. I was hoping we would have a tooth by now but it seems that as a friend said the other day hes destined to get them all close together… wish me luck!
My favourite from Laura’s feed is this one of the Baby painting himself rather than the paper. I am struggling at the moment to accept the rate which Kipper is growing up. Laura’s feed always reminds me of all the other wonderful moments I have to look forward to
Come and join in by using the hashtag #RememberingTheseDays, and please pass this tag to your Instagram buddies.
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