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January 31, 2014

red deer photographer ➾ 5/52

This week has been a tough one with my little Jensen. Pushing boundaries and seeing how far he can take certain situations, talking back and being utterly defiant. It’s been a struggle but I am trying my hardest to kill him with kindness so to speak and not resorting to giving “time outs” like I used to in the past (clearly not working anymore) Instead offering solutions based on options. i.e.. instead of  “eat your dinner or you’re going right to bed”, I offer him a choice – “Would you like to stay here and eat your dinner or would you like to go straight to bed?” It takes his train of thought from, ‘this is what I want to do’ to ‘these are my choices’ . It seems to be working as of now but we’ll see how long until he catches on haha.

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26/365 ~ Hudson LOVES when we pick Jensen up from day home – he sits like this the whole way home :)
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27/365 ~ He is the BEST dad
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28/365 ~ someone is getting stronger, almost time to lower the crib!
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29/365 ~ Hudson’s scar today. It will one day be so faint, as if nothing ever happened. But for now it serves as a constant reminder of how much this little warrior has been through and to make every day count.
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30/365 ~ This rarely happens. He is such a light sleeper, if I crack the door he’s up. But today he slept sweetly and let me snap a few photos…..with like 8 different cameras lol
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31/365 ~ This little man is getting so big. He’s now graduated to scrapping his own plate and putting it on the counter for momma. I sometimes just want to hold him in my arms forever and never let him go – or grow up for that matter.

 

 

 

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Tracie 11:43 January 31, 2014 Reply
You have such a beautiful family Jayme, and such a loving, tender heart for them. It's evident in the words you write and the pictures you share. <3
Sonja Hammad 11:56 January 31, 2014 Reply
I loved looking through these. Such beautiful children and such gorgeous light you captured. I'm trying to be better at capturing my children in their everyday moments...thank you for the inspiration.

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