Friday, January 6, 2012

A new year.

I am not normally one for new years resolutions, but this year I am at least going to try and achieve something that I feel really motivated to do.  I have heard it said that it takes 30 days to make or break a habit so I will put that to the test for the month of Jan.

Basically I am joining Gregarious Peach in her 366 project, in hopes that I will document our time here in Indonesia and also become a better photographer in the process.  This will also be a huge year for us, not only will we continue to live her in Jakarta but we will also be welcoming another member to our family in May.  I am hoping to continue photographing these events and putting them here.  I am not making myself promise to write here everyday but at least once a week for now.

Anyway, onto the first of the photos for the new year!


Otto is starting to feel so much more confident in the water and it is brilliant watching him develop in that way.


The last day of my Sister and Fathers visit Otto and I took them to a nearby zoo where you can sit with some of the animals.  Otto loved experiencing this, talking to the Orangutan just as though it could understand everything he said.


Time is flying and with a very active 2 year old it is hard to keep up, but those little butterfly kicks let me know that there is a wonderful new life in there and I am so grateful.


Otto's last few weeks in his cot, ever since he could move he has always slept right up the top of the bed with his head on the rails, I wonder what new habit he will develop in the bed.


Daddy time, Han build them, Otto sends them crashing down!


I have cheated a bit with this one and included 3 photos, they were all so lovely I couldn't choose between them!

Having fun with shaving cream, Otto decided to be a clown.

One thing with Otto and most children I assume is that in built desire to be and make a mess as much as possible.

The noise from upstairs tells me that naptime has ended already for today but I do hope that you all had a wonderful festive season and a great new year.  

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