The Gallery: Faces

This week, the theme over on The Gallery is Faces.

Faces can mean so much. They come in all different shapes, sizes and colours and offer a wide range of expressions and emotions.

I have lots of different pictures of faces. I have pictures of my children as they were first born and all looking so very much alike. I have pictures of their faces as they change from that tiny bundle that we brought home to the children they are today. 

I have pictures of P and I on our wedding day. The sheer happiness etched across our faces.

I have pictures of elderly relatives holding their Great-Grandchildren for the first time.

Here are a few of my favourite “faces”

J at 12days old.
K at 2days old. 
A at 22hrs old

I love these 3 pictures because they are some of the first pictures taken of them as newborn. They look so innocent and fresh.

Then they turn in to cheeky little monsters:

J at 11 months old

K at 12 months old
A at 11 months old

Here are a few of my other favourite pictures from our family:

Here we have P’s Brother, P, J, Me, K and P’s Brothers Wife. This was taken on our wedding day. 
My Father-in-Law with J on J’s first ever holiday!
J’s First time at the Beach! 
A Great-Grandfather holding is Great-Granddaughter. He never thought he would ever have a granddaughter. She is the First Born girl in 5 generations!!!

I’ll leave you with one of my funny pics of me:

So there you are! Some of my favourite faces! I could have been here for hours and shared lots of photo’s with you. This is a very very very small snippet!!

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5 Comments

  1. October 26, 2011 / 4:42 pm

    Aw what a beautiful family you have and what's with the tongue?!

  2. October 26, 2011 / 4:45 pm

    Thank you! I had brought Jake a lollipop but he didn't want it, so I had it! Not realising it changes the colour of your tongue! Needless to say, once he knew…he wanted it haha.

  3. October 26, 2011 / 7:14 pm

    Lovely pictures. I bet J loved the beach, all kids seem to thrive on the sand. I don't like the sand afterwards in the car though.

  4. October 26, 2011 / 9:16 pm

    A gorgeous group of photos. Love the one of your grandfather holding your daughter, you can tell his in just in awe of her.

  5. October 27, 2011 / 10:17 am

    Scottish Mum – I can't do sand either! It gets everywhere doesn't it!

    LauraCYMFT – Thank you. Sadly he passed away when she was 18 months old and he's never met his 2nd great grandaughter.. he would have loved having 2 little girls