Category Archives: alice

1/52 :: 2017

Even though I didn’t get to complete the 2016 project, I’m wanting to go at it again. Some weeks get hazy and whether we complete it this time around or not, it’s a fun challenge and also a great way to keep memories of her throughout the year. The good thing about challenges is you can always try to do better on the next round. So here we go, week 1!

“A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week – in 2017″
seen and inspired by jodi of practising simplicity

watching her favourite cartoons
(it ping-pongs between ben & holly’s little kingdom – peppa pig – dartacão),
on the first morning of a new year.

37/52 :: 2016


“A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week – in 2016″

seen and inspired by jodi of practising simplicity

there could be many terms of endearment for you but flower girl gladly takes the crown.

here you are, paying close attention as your grandma tends to orchids in dire need of care. you admire the process, want to help and participate. you deeply dislike when i pluck a flower from its stem to hand it to you – you never accept it. and you have never plucked one either, much preferring to pet their petals and blow them kisses. but there have been many instances where you brought flowers (already plucked, left forgotten on the ground) to someone upon meeting them: family members, kids on the playground; and you can’t seem to understand why nobody does the same kindness, to plants or each other.

you have a brave yet sensitive heart.
i absolutely adore that about you, hope the world never lets you squander it too much or break it too hard.
i hope you never forget to cherish it good.

36/52 :: 2016


“A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week – in 2016″

seen and inspired by jodi of practising simplicity

family holidays by the beach were enjoyed as slow as possible.
you are still dismissive of the sea and all its thundering sounds
but love being in the sand, lying in it, sprinkling toys (and food) with it…
such a versatile, fun thing to have around!

34/52 :: 2016


“A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week – in 2016″

seen and inspired by jodi of practising simplicity

driving miss baby.
we found this oh-very-90s toy stroller that used to be my sister’s and we have passed it on to you.
you enjoy taking the baby on little walks around the garden, sure, but most of all,
you love collecting your precious stones and sticks on the seat.
i mean, seriously, what else should that moving nook be used for?