Not only that but last Sunday we needed to have a klaxon sounding because after twenty weeks we are very excited to announce we have over 10,000 photos that have joined in with our hashtag! This Sunday we have hit nearly 12,000 photos which is simply incredible. We are still busy beavering away in the background to get something special sorted to celebrate, but between non-sleeping children, Christmas-a-coming and a 3 hour time difference we are yet to finalise. Watch this space though!
So yes, twenty one weeks in and we continue to be blown away by the incredible images, the beautiful memories shared and the real community feel that is starting to develop. Instagram is my happy place, and I love that you all share these precious moments with us at #rememberingthesedays.
And with that said, we would love you all to keep joining in next week, we love seeing those precious family moments from the ordinary moments to the extraordinary, because let’s face it, when you have children even the ordinary moments become special. Simply tag any photos of your memories #rememberingthesedays for a chance to feature.
This week for me it’s a faceless Christmas kind of feature…
My very own little helper, looking adorable in his Santa hat. Don’t be fooled though, my Christmas tree is bare, the presents have been ripped to shreds and on his letter to Santa this year top of the list is cat food….
I love this photo of Monkey and his very own fairy lights for his very own tree. I really want to try and take a similar one of my boys (#christmasphotogoals) but I do not see that ending well….
Last night we put up a little real tree in Monkey’s room. Since he moved into the biggest bedroom in our little house when Kipper was born there is room for a little potted tree. I brought him some lovely berry lights in red, yellow, blue and green which remind me of the coloured lights we had as kids. From this photo I think he’s pretty chuffed with them as well!
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We’d love to see your #rememberingthesedays photos, please do tag us over on Instagram.