When you look back on this time, you're going to remember pudgy, muddy hands grabbing bugs from the mud...
Listening to the phenomenal imaginary games that your children make up.
Gazing at your sleeping baby and feeling waves of love that bowl you over - like nothing you have ever felt before - at 3.30am.
Those SUPER CUTE two tiny bottom teeth that they grow for that short window of time in their first year of life.
Their messy curls, bouncing in the breeze, and endless fascination with nature.
At the end of each phase, they change a little. And after each stage, you won't see that person again. Childhood is SO fleeting.
Let me do the legwork and make sure that in 20 years, you and your children will have records of all these details.
You'll have tangible artwork to hold in your hands and show at family gatherings. Or your images to put on your walls to see daily - each time see it, it reminds you to stop. Breathe. And remember, in the hustle and bustle of life, exactly what is important.