Weekly Photo Challenge: Details

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In response to The Daily Post WPC: Details These photos were taken from our trip last year to Legoland for LO’s birthday. These were the legos of London – we also saw France, Germany and the United States. Just look at the details of the designs – amazing! We had such a blast over the two […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Look Up

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In response to The Daily Post’s WPC: Look Up This week’s photo challenge set by The Daily Post encourages us to look up and shoot.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Opposites

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In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Opposites This week’s photo challenge is all about opposites – I’ve interepretes this week’s word with nature; light vs dark.

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Discover Challenge: Analog (disposable cameras)

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In response to The Daily Post’s Discover Challenge: Analog It’s been a while since I’ve been online (busy with new baby and all) that I haven’t had much time to do the things on my blog that I loved: the blog challenges. After stumbling across The Daily Post’s Discover Challenge, I thought this would be […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Gathering

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In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Gathering There’s nothing better than a gathering of family and friends to enjoy good food, good music, and watching children dance, especially when they have dance moves like LO does haha 🙂

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio

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In response to this week’s photo challenge, Trio There are many, many things that comes in threes but I guess the one that applies to me is my sisterly bond. There are three of us; me (the eldest), my sister L, and my younger sister D. We used to be like the three musketeers, always […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Ornate

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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Ornate.” This week’s photo challenge has to be dedicated to the wonderful Legoland Miniland! Miniland was created using around 40 MILLION lego pieces – how impressive is that? Well, it may not sound all that impressive but I can tell you that seeing it in person […]

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