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January Photo Shoot...

For the past few days Little Paul has decided not to nap during the day.  He might take a 10 minute catnap in the afternoon but he's mostly awake, and wants to be held and played with all day.  I'm more than happy to do so but let's face it, there's only so much a 7 week old can do and he gets frustrated after about 10 minutes of any particular activity.  So we rotate between playing on his play  mat, swinging in his swing, walking around the house, sitting in the bouncy seat, playing on his tummy.. repeat this cycle all day long and throw in a few feedings and a ton of diaper changes and that's our day... (And then, of course, he decides to nap as soon as Daddy gets home!)

Yesterday I decided to break things up a bit and do another "photo shoot".  It was sleeting outside so I knew that the light wouldn't be great but thought we'd try anyway. 

Here are a few of my favorite shots.  They look a little 1970's since they have an orangey tinge to them as there wasn't enough light. I put LP on a brown blanket which adds to the 70's feel.  We'll just pretend that I planned it that way!

1-7-2009 3-45-29 PM110 by you.

1-7-2009 3-41-30 PM94 by you.

1-7-2009 3-41-14 PM90 by you.

1-7-2009 3-41-07 PM86 by you.

1-7-2009 3-40-04 PM79 by you.

1-7-2009 3-35-57 PM57 by you.

1-7-2009 3-32-28 PM42 by you.

1-7-2009 3-32-20 PM41 by you.

1-7-2009 3-31-23 PM36 by you.

1-7-2009 3-30-48 PM33 by you.


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