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brunch at wild poppy

*a portrait of my child, once a week, every week, in 2013

Milkshakes at Wild Poppy.

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15/52

South Beach

*a portrait of my child, once a week, every week, in 2013

Pure abandonment.

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14a

*a portrait of my child, once a week, every week, in 2013

It was a pretty (read: super) hot day in Perth. We walked to Hyde Park after brunch and, despite that scowl you put on for the heat, you couldn’t help but enjoy yourself. Outside is always your favourite place to be.

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*a portrait of my child, once a week, every week, in 2013

Afternoon walks to the park, with many a stop along the way, are de rigueur now that we are back in Perth.

Linking up with Jodi.

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*a portrait of my child, once a week, every week, in 2013

Back in Perth for a long stay this time. Basking in the autumn light and right into the sidewalk chalk.

Oh, I’m only 30 weeks behind here. No big deal…!! Despite not having posted anything for so long, I’ve still been diligent in taking the photos and I’m hoping that I can catch up and post them all before year end. If for no other reason than to satisfy that blogger/photographer OCD. Everything up and in it’s place! I did decide to be a little kind to myself however, and limit the project to just Riley. Baby has her own 365 going on over on Instagram, and I really do think that is enough for now :)

Christmas, here we come!

Linking up with Jodi.

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38 weeks

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So here we are at 38 weeks! Full term, so they say. That came around in what seems like the blink of an eye.

It’s been a completely different pregnancy from the first time around – both in terms of how my body has handled it and my entire surroundings. Living out of a suitcase with a toddler in tow while lugging around a pregnant belly has been a little cumbersome, to say the least. Yet by choosing to do it this way has meant that I’ve been able to surround myself with family, to be here for the birth of my little nephew and just soak in the peace that is Perth.

I’ve been feeling the need for a quiet space as this pregnancy draws to an end. I’ve had to make myself say no to a few social engagements, that have been non-stop since touching down. That’s a hard thing for me to do, to say no, but the pull to just cocoon myself a bit and just focus inward has been strong. The opposite of nesting, perhaps? I am still waiting for that instinct to kick in!

P.S. I haven’t abandoned my Project 52! The photos have been piling up on my camera and I’m looking forward to jumping back in with everyone when I’m able to get my photos off the camera and into Lightroom!
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