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this was originally posted on january 7, 2014, due to a glitch we are reposting 01 and 02 of 52…
“a portrait of our children, once a week, every week, in 2014.”
chloe: starts the year age 14, a freshman in high school. a rare moment where she is just hanging with us in bed.
caleb: age 12, seventh grade. chicago blackhawks, need i say more.
cashin: age 6, kindergarden. helping mom bake cookies, a sponge for knowledge.
brig: age 3, pre-school. the two things he loves: being naked and playing with legos.
freya: age 2. freshly painted pink nails, in her pink jammies, playing with her playmobil nursery set, she’s all girl.
a few years ago, i wanted to do a photo of the day of each of the kids. at that time, with just three kids, i couldn’t commit to a daily project. when philan was pregnant with cashin, we did a picture a week, which was fun putting it all together watching her belly grow, but that was one picture a week in the same location, for nine months. although we do shoot our kids a lot, i’ve never taken the time to shoot each one, individually, on a regular basis. it is going to be a great documentation of their individual growth and change, and it will be fun to look back at when it is complete. one photo of each of our five kids for a year is 260 photographs. and so it begins… enjoy.
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