Saturday 31 August 2019

Siblings {August 2019}

This month's regular Siblings update is a little bit late. August has been a month full of ups and downs and I've struggled to find the energy to do any blogging. Summer holidays though and that means there have been a couple of opportunities to take photos of the girls together, so it would be a shame not to share.
stephs two girls on windy beach
This one above is probably my favourite; it was taken on a very windy beach up where my parents live on the first day of our trip up there.
But I do love this one below too, taken on our slightly drizzly but fairly successful trip to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, after Sasha had been on her favourite Wallace and Gromit ride for the first time:
stephs two girls with cheese on head
And then there's this one, taken on a windy day on the beach on the last day of our trip to see my parents:
stephs two girls on windy beach again
I've been publishing my Siblings pics for five and a half years now and I love looking back on them. They show the growth (teen is taller than me now and Sasha is pretty much the same height as me) but they also capture specific moments in time and happy memories. Here's a sneaky extra one of the three of us, which kinda shows the height difference (or lack of...)!
steph and her two girls on beach
With huge thanks to Anna from Twins and Travels blog, who kindly edited out a rogue man from the back of this shot for me (not my husband, honest....)
Some months have been more interesting than others in terms of the photos I've managed to get. This was my very first Siblings photo, back in January 2014.
stephs two girls siblings january 2014
My favourites over the years are probably all the ones where they are laughing together - and there's been quite a few! Love their sibling relationship, it always makes me happy when they are happy together.
stephs two girls laughing

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