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Project 52:41 | heartwarming

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It’s been a quiet week here on the blog, but not in real life. The next couple of weeks are going to be really busy for me, so if it’s a little slow here, just know more is coming…

I don’t have help. I don’t want help. My little girl is by my side every day of every week. & right now, nap times aren’t always long enough to get chores & a blog article written. Recently, evenings have actually included a husband present & I am not taking it for granted. I am getting off the computer and enjoying it. My current bedtime is 10pm (eep…buh bye four hours of productivity) but my nightowl self can’t exist if I want to both grow a baby and be a good mommy. Both activities require sleep, I am learning. Which is not something I am used to getting, or needing, so much of.

This age–two–is amazing. Sooner than later I will say goodbye a couple days a week. & I won’t have this time with just my girl. So I’m taking it & not forcing anything else; the blog gets attention when I have the time–which is the reason I have yet to take on advertising & other projects that require me to write. I do it when I want to & can. My little girl is becoming exactly who I am to her, and I can’t miss this. Not a second. :)


& if you happen to be new here & want to learn more about why my project 52 looks the way it does, head on over to

my project 52 story.

& here are the links to some of you who are doing this with me! Be sure to let me know if I missed you by adding a comment to this post. I promise to add you, as long as you link me back!

allenaim photographyBrown-Eyed Girl PhotographyBump Meet BabyCapturing MemoriesCapturing My TimeCyan Baby BlissConfessions of a Baby ShopaholicFitoriKatie Clay PhotographyLizzi Loves…McBabyBumpNew Mom AdventurePhreckle Face Photography{rik-see} photographySo Much for My PlansSurviving EndometriosisThe Buckeye HomesteadThe VanDyck FamilyWicked Kate

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  • Ladipo - Go right ahead and take the necessary steps for your life improvement, we will all be here cheering you on :)ReplyCancel

  • Miriam - Reading your Project 52 makes me want to be an even better mom. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa Palumbo - My son just turned one. One of the greatest gifts I have enjoy through this past year had been the loving words and tone of voice my daughter (just turned 3) uses with him. From tiny infant to learning how to walk she had been his biggest cheerleading. Through all of his little milestones she cheered. “Look mommy!! He … just like a big boy!!! Good job my baby” When he gets hurt or is just sad she looks crushed. She tries to help even if sometime she might make it worse. She gives me the reassurance I need to know that I am being a good mom.ReplyCancel

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