1000 miles per hour

October 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Black and white photograph of a baby boy, without clothes except for a flat cap, learning to pull himself up with the help of a chair, to walk.Baby boyIf you want to get ahead, get a hat! "You make the small moments special. Life’s not always going to be full of heart-throbbing thrills and non-stop adventure, but when it slows down, I'll know I can sit with you, talk with you, or hold you in my hands, and still feel like I’m going 1000 miles an hour." Beau Taplin

My little grandson has just started to walk (that's not him above). What a delight it is to see how excited he is to be able to drag himself up, to move, to reach and....to RUN!

He's just like his dad was. When Philip could sit, he wanted to stand.
When he could stand, he wanted to walk.
When he could walk, he wanted to run. And he did!

Black and white photograph of two young sisters running in bridesmaid dresses.Girls on the runGirls just want to have fun! I suppose they never stop. Well, until they get to our age....

One day they just take off, fast! It's an important stage in a child's development. It's an important stage in the life of a parent also. From now on time goes much faster too!

By the way, when Philip could run he wanted to fly!
He tried it once or twice too.
The stitches and a couple of hospital visits put paid to that.


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Professional family and children's portrait photography in Northern Ireland. Drew is a qualified Associate member of both the 'Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers' and the 'National Photographic Society'. He is qualified to Licentiate level with the 'Professional Photographers Association of Northern Ireland' and is a Master Photographer of the 'National Photographic Society'.

 

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