My Sunday photo is related to a post I published on Friday about the use of the word Tomboy. When calling a girl a Tomboy. I actually think it is a very offensive term to use. You can read the full post here. My photo this week is perfect to show that my twins are girls, but that doesn’t mean they can’t climb, wear hoodies and play at anything they want. This picture captures it perfectly, I think. I will always be teaching my twin girls that they can be anything they want in life. I am teaching them to… [Read More]
We found a great little park not far from we live and the girls loved it. Caught this photo where two little girls and yes one big girl were enjoying the roundabout.
Yesterday we went to our local farm for a family day out. While we were there. I caught this picture of the new farmhands. Which looked suspiciously like my five year old twin girls. Haha! I love their very cool look with the sunglasses. It’s the new breed of farmhands for the future, and proving girls can do any job they want.
My son turned 18 years old on Friday and we went out for a lunchtime celebration meal at a local pub. I caught this fantastic photo of my son with his five year old twin sisters, who worship the ground he walks on. I love the sibling love that is captured in a very sweet moment. On a very special day.
Love this photo of my five year old twin girls getting their tea prepared, it was about the only time in the last week where they cooperated with each other and were nice to each other, for longer than 10 minutes.
During the last week I have posted a lot about my five year old twin girls. The main reason was because it’s been their fifth birthday. I wrote a post called My Little Superhero and Princess. Which was all about how different the girls charcters and personalities are, and for me this picture beautifully shows their different characters.
This week I have two photos. My twin girls will be five years old next Tuesday. They had their birthday party yesterday for all their friends. The first photo is the girls blowing out the candles on their birthday cakes. Amazing how different they are! Star Wars for R and Shopkins for M. The second photo is when they have just arrived home with all their presents from their party, they really are very lucky girls. They are possibly having two birthdays this year the official one this coming Tuesday and the unofficial one yesterday, just like the queen!
My Sunday photo this week is all about dads playing with their children. Especially their daughters. I have been involved with the Dads Who Play Barbie campaign. They say that if you enter their imaginary world you are making an investment their real world. I couldn’t agree more.
My wife and myself wrote posts for the blended parent network about being a blogging couple last week. This picture was used for the post and I love the fact that I look like I’m cheating and copying my wife’s work.
This weekend my 19 year old daughter came home for the weekend from university. Her twin sisters R and M miss her so much, when she is away studying at university,and never stop talking about her. So it is was a special moment on Saturday morning when they got to have cuddles with her on the sofa. Although there is a 14 year age gap it never ceases to amaze me how strong the sibling bond is. A very special relationship.