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“I can only imagine where these tiny feet will go in their lifetime. My only hope is that they never forget the way home.” – Candice G.

Tiny little toes and feet always make my heart melt. These gorgeous little things belong to my youngest daughter taken at her new born shoot October last year. Yes, Yes I know I’m a bit behind, full new born shoot still to be blogged, I’ve spend all of my free time with either one of my 2 daughters. It’s been one heck of a ride the past couple of months as this little one is 3 months already and changed our lives forever. I never knew what a huge adjustment a new baby in the house will be. Okay fine I knew it was going to be hard, but no one can prepare you for a new little one, whether it’s the first, second or last.

All that said, tiny toes still make me go weak at the knees and make gurgling noises. I would not change anything, except maybe create a 34 hour day…….. and as this quote say I truly hope that both my little ones will never forget their way home…….

 

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Sam

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