May 31, 2016

Family Games | Westchester Storytelling Photography

I remember the toddler/preschool years.  There’s lots of routine and repetition.  Not just the meals and naps and bedtime stories — fun things, too.  Silly games and dances and activities that just get better every day for your littlest ones.  And NO, skipping them is not an option.  One of the goals of my Westchester storytelling photography sessions is to sort of ‘write them down.’  As tedious as they may seem some mornings/evenings now … you know they’re fun.  And that you’ll miss them some day.  And you’ll want to remember.Westchester Storytelling Photography_0001 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0002 Helping you remember with Westchester Storytelling Photography Westchester Storytelling Photography_0004 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0005 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0006 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0007 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0008 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0009 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0010 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0011 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0012 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0013 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0014 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0015 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0016 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0017 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0018 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0019 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0020 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0021 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0022 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0023 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0024 Westchester Storytelling Photography_0025

So the family dances, the ring around the rosie, the “daddy chases the kids while the kids run for ‘mommy base’” … right along with the stubbornly independent putting-on-of-the shoes and the tickles and the puzzles and the race cars and trains … This family’s got them all to remember.

There’s another favorite HERE if you missed it.

Thanks for looking!

~Jaye

Westchester Storytelling Photographer

Remember this was beautiful.

 

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