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Many of you have probably heard of Project 365 or Project 52. For those of you who haven't, allow me to explain..... :)
Project 365 is a year long project for photographers that's meant to get them out and shooting EVERY SINGLE DAY for an entire year and posting the photos and blogging about them each day. Project 52 is very similar, but as you have probably guessed by now, it's done on a weekly basis.
I'm going to use this little project to document the next year of my life. Each day I will try to photograph something that inspires me, reminds me of something, makes me laugh, or maybe even something that I believe may inspire others. This will also give me a chance to try new things and experiment a little. That being said, I can't guarantee that every photo will be great... A few of them might even be pretty bad!

These photos were taken Christmas Day so they don't count as one of my 365 days. However, they are definitely worth blogging about!

My son is (almost) two and this was the first year he understood Santa was going to visit and bring him toys if he was a good boy. We took him to the mall to meet Santa and have his picture taken with him. On the way home, we asked him if he told Santa what he wanted for Christmas this year. He simply answered, "Peace." How sweet, right? He's not even two yet! We then asked him if he asked for anything else and he told us, "Thomas!"

I stayed up all night on Christmas Eve, along with my husband and my parents, putting this GINORMOUS train table together and could not wait until Jackson woke up the next morning to see that Santa had brought him the one thing he wanted most!
We woke up around 6:30 Christmas morning and expected Jackson to be up soon after (he normally wakes around 6:00 to 7:00am). TWO HOURS later, he FINALLY woke up. While I was changing his diaper, we talked about Santa a little. He just kept saying, "Santa! Thomas the Train!" over and over again. Imagine how thrilled he was when he walked into the living room and saw that Santa had been there and brought him his very own Thomas the Train! He spent hours walking around and around the table, moving Thomas from track to track... Across the bridge, through the tunnel, and back again.

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