The Letters to our Daughters project connects photographers from around the world – Kirsty Larmour is based in Abu Dhabi
The Letters to our Daughters project connects photographers from around the world – Kirsty Larmour is based in Abu Dhabi
Now please head over to read the letter of my lovely friend Debbie of Delight Fine Art Photography to her daughter Jo and see how she starts off her 2014…. until next month, Kirsty xx
Beautiful letter and images, Kirsty! I, for one, loved watching your adventures over the course of the year, and can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2014. The girls are blessed to be able to experience so much of the world. xo
Eep, Kirsty..I almost wrote similar to what you wrote in this letter because that’s totally how I felt too. 2013 was rocky for us too but I also realized that there were many things that we can be thankful for. Thank you for the reminder. Love each one of these pics, their smiles and how they adore each other. Their outfits are as colorful as their adventure! xoxo
Love this, Kirsty! You are all definitely the most adventurous people I know. I love that about you! Wish I could have been there with you, just for an hour or so. xoxoxo
Now please head on over to my lovely friend and new mother of her fifth little baby, Sarah of My Four Hens Photography – I can’t even begin to imagine the huge amounts of fun all wrapped up in love that is Christmas in her home, until next month, I hope you’re all having a…
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Your Christmases are never dull, Kirsty. 🙂 How lovely isn’t it looking back at those memories. I love their sweet faces here.
Now please head on over to read the letter of the lovely Courtney Keim to her little sweetie… until next month, Kirsty xx PS all pictures taken on a very blustery Boxing Day last year while on the girls first trip to The Giant’s Causeway
Oh Kirsty, what a beautiful letter, your words really do hit home and now that we live here too, I love that I can see firsthand the similar experiences with my own girls. I love that we now have images of all of them together and that we get to see your sweet faces now and then. I feel so blessed to know you all. <3
I have a couple of big things on at the moment and I feel exactly the same! If I can just arrive at the end of December in one piece with sanity intact, then suddenly, among all the celebrations, it will feel great to look back on all we have done in 2013…even if it has flown by even quicker than 2012!!
Kirsty, I love..love their colorful outfits and their colorful lives. No matter how gray the winter is, I believe each one of you will bring beautiful colors to your everyday life.
I can’t even explain just how much I love this project – how sometimes everything just becomes overwhelming but writing these letters are my moments of peace… how sometimes as I formulate the words in my head the right set of photos comes to me – I knew right as I took these on day…
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There could never be too many from you Kirsty. And these this week made me cry. I can’t put into words how your images translate your feelings and after spending time with you and the girls, I feel that more than ever. Your kind heart, your beauty from within and out and your ability to create a wonderful safe and exciting world for your sweet girls makes me want to be a better mamma – you inspire me and I adore you. <3
Ah, your photos never disappoint, Kirsty. Just stunning. I am always taken away, transferred to another place with your images and thoughts. Add this post to the long list of favorites from Kirsty. <3
Everytime I see pics of your girls, I always think how rich they are to be able to explore different places and parts of the world. I often wonder the same thing too, Kirsty about what would my kid be in the future. One thing I am certain is that your girls will be great in what they choose what they want to be because of the rich life experience they’ve been exposed to. xoxo
These pictures make me want to pack up and explore. Your words make me want to too. In Love.
I love the other women that make up this project, but one who makes me nod at her wise words, and makes me laugh with her worldly thoughts is Rashmi – I hope I’ll meet her one day, but until that day I’ll just keep reading her blog… head over there now to read this…
I love your realness Kirsty, coupled with the optimism. We certainly all face hard days as mamas, as children, as people, but as we look and find the joy, the things to be grateful for within these times, somehow we find the peace we need. What a beautiful example of that this letter is to your girls.
Ours has been a grumpy home this month too with lots of exhausted small and big people trying to get used to all the day to day things we have to cram in! Hooray for Eid holiday just round the corner to cheer everyone up! Love the colours in these photos Kirsty, they are very delicate. Xoxo
Oh Kirsty, I giggled reading your letter this month and I love your positive energy in seeing the good during the not so good days. It is the cloudy days and the sunny days that make our world a whole and what make us grow. I am sure that when they grow up and look back on those cloudy days, they would be able to say that your wisdom helped them go through it. …And those pictures are just perfect. You captured a beautiful sisterhood!
Kirsty! “Down in the dump, grumpy guts”. I adore this saying and I will repeat it in my house one day, thanks to you. I do love your optimism even in those months you are trying to regain your life’s rhythm. It can be so difficult, but rewarding once the rhythm is reset and peace is restored. I adore the way you write with conviction. I don’t think you are delusional. I think this is the ebb and flow of life. I have my kids on a goal and point system complete with a checklist every morning. Mornings in our house are “golden”.
how i can relate to every word… how we love them more than life itself but they can make us crazy at times and on one hand we feel like it will never end and on the other we find ourselves dreaming of days where things feel normal again! sometimes it takes little longer than we hope to reach our happy place but when we do, we are so thankful because of the grumpy days! i like to think the grey cloud days are kind of a blessing in disguise! maybe thats just me? rowe x (p.s. love your imperfectly perfect film photos lovely)
I love this. So real, and so the image is so beautiful! We have plenty of times like these. Our four children are all so different and sometimes that is enough for them to get along so well, and then other times they are seriously outshouting each other and I am ready to hide in a corner lol! We also have a growler too so I may have gotten a giggle there. I love you and your sweet girls, and though we have never “met” in person I feel like you are a dear friend. Some day I hope our girls can meet, because I know my little ladies would adore yours!
It seems crazy to me that I haven’t blogged since last months letter to the girls, but our summer has been full, and we’ve drunk up the fun by the bucket load – I’ll share more of our summer fun soon, but for now please head on over to read the heartfelt letter of Emma…
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I adore Saffy’s haircut so much, but more than the haircut I adore her spirit! All little girls should have her confidence and her giving heart. You must be so proud of her Kirsty. Our girls are such beautiful people, inside and out.
oh, Kirsty, I love this. she is most beautiful any way she has her hair and that confidence..that is the beauty that flows. motherhood, so many wonderful phases, lessons, and loves we go through. thank you for sharing this. xo
No no no, this beautiful letter is not just about your sweet brave girl making the decision to cut her hair, it shows how hard it is for us Mamas to let our babies grow up. But you do let her, in the best way possible. I already feel how inspiring you are to me as a Mother and a friend. You don’t smother, you nurture and you inspire. I could learn so much from you and I know that I will. Thank you for coming into my life with your wise words and your gentle ways, my life has become richer with you in it. <3
oh sweet saffy!!!! what a beautiful independence and CONFIDENCE you radiate with!!! i adore your haircut but more than that i am smitten with watching you grow up through these letters your mommy writes you. xoxo to you too Kirsty 😉
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Oh sweet Saffy, what a big brave girl you’re becoming, and what a compassionate one too. Which charity did she send her hair to if you don’t mind me asking?
LOVE those pictures and your little girl is adorable 🙂
These photos of your big girl are so telling — I can see how much you love her in each and every one. And I am so going to write a letter about hair to my girls! Love this so much, Kirsty! You are such an inspiration to me. <3
This month I am linking to one of the loveliest souls I know Debbie of Delight Fine Art Photography as she writes to her gorgeous daughter…. Until next month, Kirsty xx
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Not quite so original as Indy, but Aaron did a similar topic last year and he was the only one who put anything remotely thoughtful (all the other children bar none put sports star/popstar). He wanted (and still wants) to be an engineer and palaeontologist – the TA apparently had to get the dictionary out to put the second one on the display.
It made me very proud that he knows his own mind and didn’t just follow the crowd. We continue to support his dream and will see what becomes of it in years to come – we have kept the sheet he wrote it on 🙂
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you are the most amazing mama. i always know i will leave here feeling full. i know anything these girls will be will be ok, as long as they find their joy. and you will lead them there. you make the world good. you make it bigger. you make me want to stretch myself. xoxo
To bring up dreamers, children who can see beyond themselves and beyond the here and now is a great gift to them Kirsty, especially in this day and age – you are doing a wonderful and important job by stretching their imaginations
Mairi Clare, that’s wonderful 😀 I think in the pressure to teach kids schools sometimes forget to let them dream and follow their own paths – clearly the TA was not a Friends fan!!!
KIRSTY! i read this post smiling…i can feel it, i can see it and you are one amazing mama to have captured it. THE DREAMS OF A 5 year old are truly magical and simply beautiful….incredible sweet friend just incredible
Dear Indy, when you invent a machine that can turn us into rainbow unicorn, I’ll definitely buy that machine. Because I want to have rainbow hair and rainbow wings, and fly to places. Like your mom said, keep your dreams alive and they will take you to beautiful places.
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I hope I’ll be able to catch up on some of my blogging this summer – I have so much fun from last summer to share… but for now, please head on over to the next letter – one of my favourite “keepin’ it real” ladies – she always has a lesson in motherhood for…
Oh gosh, those sandy bottoms are SO part of summer. Now we have poolside wediges (we miss the beach so) but i can relate to every image you posted. These are precious! Your summers sound so much like ours, Kirsty. Your girls are going to have so many beautiful memories to look back on. You are such a special mama! I love following your adventures and travels too.
Love the photographs of your sweet girls. We have to make our summer bucket list too. I feel sad that this year I am working more because of the studio (rent!) and so the girls will be in a couple of camps… i love our lazy summers of the past. We need to meet soon friend.. our girls would get along so well, and so would we. xo
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Love this one kirsty because you always make life fun and yet so down to earth for the girls. They will grown up to always treasure that – have a fabulous summer xx
Love the summers and lovely images and so nice that you keep this up!! Any chance to meet in India this summer?xx
Thanks Vinita 😀 not heading to India this summer – think we’ve done our big India trip for the year with going to Holi in March!!
It all sounds perfectly wonderful 🙂
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I can’t believe we’ve been doing this project over a year now – I honestly can’t imagine not doing it now – it’s something I treasure so much. Now please head on over to visit the wonderful friend I am so thankful to for believing in me and asking me to be a part of…
love this kirsty…such wise words that we often overlook in our busy lives. and these images? perfection. xo
I love these photos!! The tree and the girls and their outfits. Beautiful.
oh kirsty! i love the images + your wise words. love.
Trees are amazing and another thing we sometimes take for granted. Great post, Kirsty. I agree wholeheartedly with your wise words. X
Your letters are always so beautiful and so very close to my heart. Your girls so often remind me of my own and I see and feel the love that you have for them in every word and image. <3
I am completely crazy about these images, Kirsty!! So beautiful and so full of the essence of childhood. It really is all about the little things, isn’t it <3
We take your wise words to our own hearts, and remember our grandgirls climbing trees in the Dordogne and AD, and making scones where/whenever we meet. All luv. NN +YY
You amaze me every month with your beautiful words and of course fabulous images. Your girls are very lucky to have you as their Mamma. Kx
i love following your blog. please, please!! Where are these incredible rompers from??? this post truly captures discovery in childhood.
Carrie, thank you, and they’re from The Measure
I love this Kirsty ..of course the pictures are beautiful filled with gorgeous light, but your words. Such wonderful reminders to share with our children. We try to share this and root it in ours as well. That every day together is a gift . What we have is lovely and we are blessed and grateful to God but truly what we are most grateful for is the simple things. The love that is all around us through any type of say we have that and that is golden. Love your family so much!
Simply gorgeous 🙂
kirsty, you are giving them a map. a wise, honest, carefully drawn map. and teaching them that feelings go with it, and that they are their own sources. you pictures…off the charts gorgeous. tree climbing is an obsession in my house. and we live somewhere in which there is a shortage 🙂 this tree, their wide open, joyful faces, illustrate the very thing you are telling them. i love your pictures. they make me feel happy. from this far away. happy and free. but kirsty, you are the best mother. i always leave with that knowledge. xoxo
Oh be still my heart! Absolutely ADORE the pics, Kirsty. They are just sooo cute and scream a fun-filled childhood. I also agree with what you wrote in the letters. Beautiful things come in small packages…xoxo
KIRSTY!!!! oh how these images just capture the magic of childhood…and are a beautiful depiction of your words…it IS the little things that make the biggest impact! xoxo sweet friend
I love the color and light in these. Those outfits are so darn cute. What is more quintessential than capturing your girls climbing trees? I love your words and the talks you have about being happy, keeping happiness and that it comes from within. Always adore their sweet faces and your letters of endearment. XOXO
Now please head over to see what the wonderful Julia of Julia Stotlar Photography is sharing with her beautiful daughter Wren…. until next month, Kirsty xx
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love this! such great advice and words for living. i’m sure their laughter will drown out those old ladies any day :).
Kirsty, every time I visit your blog my face lights up with a giant smile. Your images capture the joy and freedom and light that is childhood. Your words are so true, and ones that we should all take to heart. Next time it rains here, I’m taking my kids out to jump in puddles. xoxo
kirsty…first of all, i was making sounds when i looked at these pictures. ohhs and ahhhs like crazy. because oh, the joy you capture. it’s as if you have a magic wand and are able to transform a scene into the way we feel it move. stunning and epic and wonderful pictures. “that day it rained”, and then your honest kind of humor. and the words – i read this twice, the second time to soak up the advice for myself. it was so relevant to me too, at thirty five, after some things that left me feeling shaken. you are such a pleasure to know. and these girls are as beautiful and alive and LUCKY as their mama. xoxo
AHHHH…the joy of the simple things…in love here! And YES dirt washes off…these are the carefree and glorious things childhood memories are made of! Your kids will have more of these kinds of memories than most Kirsty! They are so blessed. And the negatives that happen to all of us are the things that help us to grow and enjoy life ironically…it’s one of the VERY most important lessons to be learned if you want to be happy in my opinion! Just love every word and image!
OMG kirsty your ps was so wonderfully perfect i laughed out loud and signed all at the same time. WOW so simply perfect. and holy wow i adored that last images when you posted it to Facebook but the others…they take my breath away. you are incredible my friend
Oh Kirsty, these images make me SO HAPPY!! I feel as if I can hear them splashing and laughing, and it makes my heart soar. Your letter resonates with me as well – such wonderful advice for your sweet girls…splash away!
Kirsty, you amaze me more the more I know you. Your images are so special. I’ve felt a connection to them ever since I first ‘met’ you and now that I’ve really met you I think they are even more beautiful to me then ever. You have the ability to take ordinary moments and make them little works of art and your words to your sweet girls are so tender and precious. I’m really really looking forward to our next meeting. <3
Kirsty, your two beautiful girls, they are a rainbow of life colours.. i always feel so JOYFUL when I see their photographs. It makes sense though, they have a mother who shines such a strong light on them, showing them the way and that light is refracted by the prism that is life, in turn showing is the beautiful rainbow of colours that is your girls. <3
I love you, Kirsty for letting your daughters play in the puddle! 🙂 I so completely agree with you. Sometimes we are so afraid of doing things that other people put label on, that it takes away the real fun in live! And I so agree with you about growing from the negatives. I tell that to Jo too, but you said it more beautifully. And I so adore those pics, Kirsty! The jump in the puddle, emptying the rainboots…such a perfect childhood. xoxo
This project is amazing and your girls will cherish your words. xx
The group of ladies that share this project with me are amazing and none more so than Jess of Olive Avenue Photography in Minneapolis who has just adopted her 2nd daughter – I am pretty sure her letter will make me cry – her 2 daughters are just the sweetest little poppets.
oh kirsty, you are made of sunshine. visually, i think these are my favorite set of images from you. they perfectly capture the color, the vastness of your love, the epic place you live, and her spirit. i think i fell in love with your little indy, and then to hear about her beautiful, free, spinning soul. i see her mama in her, through and through. it’s the light reflecting in her eyes…xoxoxo
Kirsty, I’ve said it several times but I am going to say it again…she has the cutest face! I love seeing into her bright, playful eyes, and her sincerest smiles. I can totally see what you’ve described of her in your letter in her radiant face and smile. And I always love how you dress up your girls 🙂
Oh hon…. Where has the time gone? She’s such a beautiful girl and I love your written word. xx
My goodness she is so precious, so full of light and life and your words just sing of the wonderful, if feisty, little person she is
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Now please head over and visit the oh so talented Julia of Julia Stotlar Photography – her carefree images and wonderful words to her daughter always fill me with warmth. Until next month, Kirsty xx
ha we too have a front tooth that is :taking forever to grow in” clearly for the same reasons hahahaha…HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOUR BEAUTIFUL SEVEN YEAR OLD kirsty! 7 is sure to be a year filled with wonder and magic for your princess!!!! xoxo sweet friend
seven is such a huge step up from 6, isn’t it?!! this is such a loving letter from a loving mum. HaPpY bIrThDaY, Saffy 😀
Happiest of birthday to sweet Saffy. <3 Such a beautiful little girl, growing more and more into herself. Justin Bieber.. oh boy!
kirsty, i love the way this was written. like a children’s book, with such lovely repetition and rhythm, drawing loops around all the things that make her who she is right now. it is going to change so much more. this is still so little, as you know. but drink in all of the little bits like this. your colors, your hope, your optimism. so much good about you is woven into these lines. as sad as the picture is, i am so touched that she cries at movies. empathy is a beautiful thing, that seems to be too rare. she is a gift, and so are you <3
太美丽!! so beautiful this letter…it’s all so true! thank you for expressing yourself and sharing it. happy 7 saffy!!
Happy 7th birthday, Saffy! I really enjoyed reading your letter, Kristy. I feel that there are so many connections there, being a sensitive girl and yep including the Justin Bieber. 🙂 I really hope our girls can meet each other some day. Wishing you a magnificent seven, Saffy!
Happy Birthday to your sweet Saffy. I adore her spunk. I love your letter to her all of the sameness, but about to changeness. Your energy is exquisite. I love that you lead her to explore and be independent and what coming of age really means to her. That it is okay that all of these beautiful things happen and to embrace them and mark the occasions and that they are important to her. That you understand the growing up process so deeply and that you remember when you were her age. It is so eloquent and lovely. Such a perfect birthday present to her.
What a fun shoot! Loved it!
Oh my…where is the time going? 7!… Already?!! Happy Birthday beautiful Saffy! xx
I love this project – I love connecting with other gorgeous Mamas from all over the world…. Now head on over to see the letter and breath taking photos from my gorgeous friend Val of The Red Balloon Photography P.S. Girls, remember that time when we chalked your hair rainbow colours? Remember the time you…
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I always enjoy reading your posts each month. I can relate so well to you. Your words—that all you want is time, you need nothing else. I can relate so well. No matter what we do, time seems to get this hold on us and it goes by so quickly, doesn’t it? I can tell you truly enjoy your girls and its beautiful!
kirsty, your world is color and life and energy and SO much love. we all want that time i think. wish we could use it in different ways, try out choices, do it over and over. i am always struck by this feeling that you are teaching your girls so much about how to live IN the world. you are busy because you are engaged, doing things, experiencing wildly different places, making home about who you are, not where you are. i just cannot help feeling alive, happy, hopeful and lighter looking at these pictures. it’s one of your talents. they are sunshine and you know how to frame that perfectly. i love the mama you are.
Happy Happy Happy (three times) Birthday to you and your beautiful girls Kirsty! I hope your birthday wishes come true and you get to spend lots and lots of time and make many more wonderful memories with your two rainbow girls! Your photos are just so full of joy and colour and fun! xo
Every time… every time you floor me by saying the words I want to say… you say what Mums think but never find a way of putting down… and you illustrate so beautifully with such real life images Kirsty
I LOVE IT! But Kirsty, know you ARE bottling up time, by taking the time to sit and write and save these memories up like this, you’re ahead of the game on some of us sweetie xx
how awesome and colorful are these. i would pause time about 100 times a day bc i want to remember a smell, or a hug, or a silly saying that my monkeys say, too. your girls look so fun and sassy!
Eek, Kristy..first I have to say that I love all the colors in the pics. They make me happy! 🙂 I love the fact that you sing happy birthday in different language, I think that’s a cool idea. I totally agree with you about bottling up the time. Wish we can really do that. Love the P.S. part…you are one cool mom!
Kirsty! Love all the color and movement and perspective of your sweet “Girlie Whirlie Pies”…is your letter ever more endearing? I love their glossy blonde hair, loving smiles and sassy sunglasses. I love that for your birthday you want to slow time and just be. I love your birthday traditions and signing in 3 different languages. I want to chalk my daughters hair in rainbow colors, but something tells me it shows up better on your babes hair. I loved reading about your sweet slice of life.
So sweet and beautiful- both the images and your words! I can so related to everything you are saying about wanting to have time stand still…i feel that it is going by way too fast and before we know it the girls won’t be little girls any more and wont’ need their mamas as much as they do now….
Love. Love.Love!! xx
i’m having total girl envy right now. can i chalk up the boys hair and play with hula hoops as well?! happy birthday, everyone XO
Kirsty, I love your posts to your daughters. So special and the photos are beautiful xxx
Kirsty, you never fail to amaze me. Your images are absolutely stunning. I always get so lost in your blog! Your works resonate with me as I approach a birthday as well. What I wouldn’t give for more time! More time to take it all in, more time to capture it all, more time to just be present. xoxo
Now please head over to the wonderful lady who inspired us all on this journey – the lovely Amy Lucy Lockheart | Minneapolis Photographer, to see her letter to her beautiful girls Until my first letter of 2013…. I hope you’ve all had a wonderful Christmas and wish you all a fabulous new year, Kirsty…
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always love following your group and the heart of love you all share ….I adore that picture third down. your girls are just amazingly cute and always so full of love and life! xo
Oh gosh sweety these photos are a little bit of Heaven!!! I love how real they are! So much joy!!!! You have the most beautiful daughters!! I love that you all travel so much! Your girls are so blessed to see so much of the world and I can only imagine how grateful they will be to have been able to do that when they are older! You have such a special family and I just love following your adventures!!!
kirsty, there is just so much joy in the eyes of your kids. there is no hint of a drop of anything phony or desired or manufactured. the happiness is pure as their beauty. the many layers of your life must be such an adventure, but must need an anchor too…and that is so obviously you, their mama. all of these layers which you navigate so naturally, with such a positive attitude, open to change, to new things, to love in all forms, is such a gift to your girls. so many of us get stuck, become afraid, live timidly. i get this strong and beautiful feeling that they are going to hold on to this joy and openness. i love this set of images. they could light up the world. i hope your christmas with them was wonderful and inspired new memories and traditions. xoxo
Kirsty, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I love following these ‘letters to my daughters’ series. What a great gift to them and how wonderful to be able to put down your words on paper. Moments are always fleeting and giving ourselves the gift of writing them down is beautiful. take care. Tamar 🙂
Could your little loves be any cuter? They seem so excited to see snow! I love that you cherish all those traditions from different families and friends and make them your own. I love their laughter and fun-loving ways….they seem so close willing to do just about anything adventurous. Your youngest looks like she is just about making a heart with throwing snow. Looks like the perfect Christmas!
merry christmas to you, my dear friend! i love that you all live this nomadic life… every time i stop in and see photos of the girls in the desert or some peaceful island beach it makes me long to travel too! what an amazing adventurous life your girls live that im sure will make the open and accepting as adults… such a blessing! i cant wait for our adventures to begin… keep sharing the way you do x
Such beautiful heartfelt words as always Kirsty. Love your letters project and think I may do this myself in 2013. Look forward to reading your next installment!
These amazing images are so full of joy and excitement – they make me want to join in the fun!! I love this letter, Kirsty – how incredible that your daughters are getting to taste so much of all life has to offer. What a gift to them.
Hello Lovely. I love looking back with you. Saffy still has her front teeth. 🙂 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! xxx
Love all your images, Kirsty..full of fun and really shows what a fun childhood. Your daughters are so lucky to be able to experience Christmas in different ways and countries, with different people. That’s sure a wealth of experience!
Kirsty, this is just so you – holding them together – giving them those bonds and giving certainty to those beautiful girls in an uncertain world – Happy New Year xx
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Debbie Wibowo - These pictures really warm my hearts. So beautiful and I can feel there is so much love between them. Indy looks so cute with her growing tooth! 🙂 Hugs to your beautiful girls.