Photo A Day Project: Days 55-61

I decided to try to take a photo a day with my DSLR for 100 days. Here’s this week’s batch!

Note: I spent forever on Amazon drooling over cameras yesterday because I am so frustrated with mine that I’m ready to throw it–HARD.

Day 55/February 24: All of her Sesame Street guys were lined up next to her crib. When she woke up, I went into her room and she hardly even looked at me before pointing and demanding, “Big bird!” I handed him to her. Then, “Elmo!” I gave her Elmo. Finally, “Ernie!” She had to hand me Big Bird so she could hold Ernie.


Day 56/February 25: After her bath, I found her playing with a flashlight so we turned out the lights and had some fun.


Day 57/February 26: Sunday dinner in our old neighborhood. All the feels. We miss our street.


Day 58/February 27: Nothing takes away the pain of a goose egg on your forehead like a ride on a unicorn.


Day 59/February 28: After work, we were playing in the back yard on a beautiful sunny day when she laid herself down on the grass to look at the sky. I laid down next to her. She looked over at me and started babbling non-stop. It was like she was telling me all about her day.


Day 60/March 1: Sky gazing is her new thing, apparently. She lays there and watches for birds and airplanes. I watch her and smile at the occasional, “Hi bird!”


Day 61/March 2: Pre-pajama naked time. Mama was looking through her drawer to see what shorts we had tucked away. Charlotte “helped” by removing everything and throwing it on her bedroom floor.



7 thoughts on “Photo A Day Project: Days 55-61

  1. The colors are so vivid in those outdoor shots! You are convincing me to get a DSLR. I have two film ones that I have no idea what to do with in life. I’d probably have to give myself a weekly photo challenge to use a digital one. Your dresser drawer baby proofing is genius- I didn’t know they made those and will have to find some for my toddler’s new dresser when it arrives. He drives me nuts pulling open those drawers!

  2. Just love these photos and especially love the ones of her outside. You can tell it is her happy place 🙂 I just got a new Canon Rebel T6s yesterday and have no clue what I’m doing so I’m excited to learn. So far I love what I know! 🙂

      • I think it’s so worth it to have someone teach you the basics! You can really have a lot of fun with a DSLR if you can take it out of the auto modes. Even if you only do it a few times a year, it’s fun to see what you come up with!

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