“a portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2014″
When we set up a photo booth on New Year’s Eve (more on that later), I thought it a fitting finale that each of the kids take their own final portrait of the year, unrehearsed or coached. I love how each of their personalities shine through, and can you believe it’s been 52 weeks already? I hardly can. Although this project was difficult at times, I so value how it forced me to stop regularly to really see each of my children in a new way and independent of the others–a valuable gift considering we’re all together so often. I plan to create a book from the project soon and continue the project into 2015. I hope you’ll continue to follow along! Thank you, Jodi, for inspiring so many of us with this beautiful project.
liam // playful like a boy, conversing like a man
burke // anxious to grow facial hair–until then, a sharpie will do
blythe // I’m sure, in some respect, the balloon-man was not following the rules
olive // you rubbed your chin raw on the car seat fabric, just because you were curious