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52 catch-up

“A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2013.”

Juju: Free spirited. My little day dreamer.
Mowgli: Mr Fix-it. My sensitive, sweet boy.
Coco: Adventurous and oh so naughty.

I’m posting this because I’ve given up catching-up on weeks 19 to 25 of The 52 Project. It was beginning to feel too much like a chore.

And I can’t remember which week was which and whether I took any photos at all.

Let’s face it, I’m not superwoman. I’m just a sleep-deprived, over-stretched and cranky mother of three.

This montage allows me to focus on the good bits of the last couple of months – minus the stresses – so I keep moving forward. Now I can actually look forward to joining back in for week 26!


  1. Love the catch-up, and I agree that when it starts to feel like a chore you must simply let it go and move forward. You have your hands full, and the whole idea of your 52 week project should be to enjoy it. By the way the photos are beautiful!

  2. This is such a great idea! Your children are beautiful! They grow up so fast too. My only son is 12 years old and I treasure those random pictures I took of him when he was a baby and toddler. He always had a smile ready for the camera.

  3. Love these! Especially the squashed tent 😉 I’ve been playing catchup too on the 52 – it’s like once you get a week behind it’s harder and harder to catch up. Looking forward to seeing your 26.


  4. sometimes it starts to feel like bloggy homework when you get behind. i’ve missed about the same amount as you and i’m not even going to pretend i’m going to catch up…but i’m back on the bandwagon as of 26/52. Hurrah!

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