Sunday, November 25, 2012

47/52

"A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2012."

Che: Within moments of arriving he was submerged in the water; ten minutes later he was shivering and blue. After chasing Daniel along the beach he rested on the warm rock wall.
Poet: She stole the marmalade toast from my plate and tried to get away. 

Marmalade toast is one of my favourite morning treats. If you and your household love it I highly recommend you read Marmaduke Duck and the Marmalade Jam


29 COMMENTS

  1. Such gorgeous portraits as always Jodi. Those curls on Poet are just delightful :) And you're right, that book is a great one for children and parents alike!

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  2. your kids are awesome! they really are!

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  3. Beautiful pictures as always : ). Can't believe the year is almost drawing to a close. Xx

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  4. Jodi, I've said it before and I'll say it again... You have the most beautiful children!

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  5. Such beautiful photos of such beautiful children. Always a joy to look at!

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  6. Look at that cheeky grin on Poet! And Che and the rock wall is very dreamy, just gorgeous.
    x Laura

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  7. Wow, both of these are stunning. First one looks so dreamy, like che just woke from a little doze. Poet's curls are really coming along now. I think she has secured your mum's curly hair gene! Just lovely.

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    1. I was hoping that Mum's curls would be passed down! You should see Poet's hair at the back - tight ringlets (that make me oh so happy!) x

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  8. I always wonder if kids can feel the cold? They always seem happy to jump in the water when us big kids wouldn't dare! And you must laugh constantly at Poet's antics. I do!

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  9. Oh we are marmalade lovers here too. After scanning the white elephant tables and the second hand clothes at fetes I always head to the jam stalls. Have you had cumquat marmalade? If I find a jar of that it's a very good day :) I like my marmalade a little tart x

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  10. Aww, Poet is incredibly cheeky!

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  11. Gorgeous as always! Kids are in a little crazy in that they just don't care how cold the water is!
    Poets curls are adorable. She looks like a little nanna there - in such a good, adorable way xx

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  12. Poet always looks like a doll, but that image of Che is amazing.

    http://iliska-dreams.blogspot.com.au/

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  13. oh we love Marmaduke Duck and the Marmalade Jam. Such a fun rollicking story - such enjoyment to read and hear the giggles of delight from my lap
    Becks x

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  14. Very sweet Jodi, I love the cheeky face on Poet, my George wears a similar face whenever he 'gets away' with something:) x

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  15. Oh Poet. Too much cute in the one teeny tiny body! :)

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  16. ohh she has such a cheeky little grin! Beautiful curls, and I love the photo of Che :) stunning as always!

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  17. Oh my... She has all of a sudden become a toddler. And a cheeky one by the look of that face!! Clearly a girl thing :) Sam xx

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  18. I'm calling it... My favourites. Of the whole year. Your kids take my breath away!

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  19. just beautiful! I've noticed so many bloggers joining in with this idea, I think 2013 will be my year....i think it's great....gorgeous shots, and what a sneaky daughter grabbing your toast! xx

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  20. i'm going to make marmalade today! i cannot get over poet's beautiful fiesty face- she knows how cheeky she is! another beautiful week Jodi- nearly to the end :)sarah

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  21. What sweet memories along with that adorable mischievous smile. I have an Uncle Fred from Perth who loves marmalade-- thanks for the reminder.

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  22. Oh my goodness! Your children could seriously not be any cuter. Beautiful blog. I'm discovering it for the first time. :) - following

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  23. Oo!
    that picture of your son is really beautiful
    really love it

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