Happy New Year!

Hi! My name is Lynne and this is my first blog. I'm a SAHM during the week for my three little ones. My son, Colton, is 22 months old. My twin daughters, Keira and Carly, are 5 1/2 months old. On the weekends, I work as a nurse. It's my "me" time where I get to have adult interaction and actually get paid to work. :)

My New Year's resolution is to learn how to use my camera (Canon Rebel XTi). To keep me in check, I've decided to start a 365 photo blog. My children will most likely be my subjects, but on the off chance that they are not cooperative (hahahaa), I'll post pictures of anything I find interesting that day.

Thanks for checking out my photo blog. I hope to learn by leaps and bounds so I can document my children as they grow up.

The top picture is my son, Colton. He's quite the daredevil and into everything. It's very rare that I can get him to look at me when I'm taking pictures. He just has too many things he'd rather be doing. Who wants to look at Mom??

The second picture is my daughter, Keira. She's older by two minutes. I'm sure I'm gonna hear that about 1000 times when they're older. She's my smiley baby and a lot like me. It doesn't take much to get her going, she'll talk up a storm. Her bubbly personality is contagious.

The third picture is my daughter, Carly. She's the polar opposite of her sister. She's my mellow baby and takes after Daddy. She's very content to people watch and will often take the back seat to feeding, changing, one-on-one time since Keira is much more demanding. It's hard to believe they're identical.

So, that's my introduction to my children. I hope to see the pictures get better and better as times goes on.

Here are my first photos for my New Year's resolution. I admit, the quality is bad but I had a rough time with the kids today so I was just happy that I picked up the camera. Terrible to say that on day one, isn't it?

My husband and I decided to offer oatmeal cereal to the girls today for the very first time. I got a lot of pictures of "scrunched up" faces. They were okay with the texture, but were not impressed with the taste. I don't blame 'em.

I did find it amusing that they held hands the entire time they ate. I'm sure they were scared when we came out them with spoons. :)


Anonymous said...

Hi Lynne! I found you from Terri's blog.
Your kids are adorable, and I wanted to wish you luck with your 365. I did it for the first time last year, and although it seemed a little overwhelming at first, it turned out to be SO much fun!

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