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10 on 10: January 2014

10 on 10:
Ten photos taken during one day or event, documenting that day or event, and posted on the tenth of the month.
I decided to continue the 10 on 10 project through 2014.  The group of photographers who participated in 2013 were fabulous- so inspirational and I learned a lot from them.  Looking back on 2013 I have to say that I’m also so happy that I captured the little every day moments by doing this project- a lot of my favorite photos were from the 10 on 10 and I know I might not have captured them otherwise!
Here’s what the kids were up to while Paul was outside digging us out of Winter Storm Hercules…

LP goes in for an aggressive looking snuggle:

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Static cling!

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Big brother barrels through:

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And wins the fight:

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Eliza moves on to watching Daddy outside with the snow blower (she watched him out the windows for an hour!):

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Gabby was parked in her favorite spot:

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And Scout and Violet saw some action:

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Now continue on to Such is Life Photography in Northeast PA- my home sweet home pre-Massachusetts!

Comments

  1. Cute pics. I love the static cling and the "aggressive" snuggle, which looks similar to the face my kids give while going in to tickle one another. Those are the images you don't want to forget. :)

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  2. Ah, great shots! The aggressive snuggle is so funny! And adorable. Your dog reminds me of mine. Does she have jack russel in her? Mine is a jack/chihuahua mix.

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  3. I love the ones of your daughter at the window! Those little chubby toddler legs in PJs and on tippy toes are so darn cute. And I love the profile, close-pic. So pretty. I can't believe you guys have that much snow to invest in a snow blower. Wow! Fun, I think?! :)

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  4. Really sweet moments from your day! My kids are so much older than this now, happens so fast! Great photos!

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