Kylie Purtell - Capturing Life: February 2016

Sunday, 28 February 2016

Friday Night Lights {Documentary Style Family Photography} | Life

Every once in a while, about every 5-6 weeks, we get a real Friday night. What do I mean by a real Friday night? It's a Friday night where Dave has actually finished work that morning, making the rest of Friday his Friday night. Because of his rotating shift work his Friday night doesn't always fall on an actual Friday,

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Seven {2016 52 week project} | Photography

{Sisters} I was really sick last week. Like, really sick. Shocking head cold. I spent most of the days lying on the lounge with one or the other girls lying on top of me. Being sick when you have kids is hard work. They don't understand why Mummy doesn't feel like doing 50 million things with them, and when they are sick themselves, the demands become outrageous! So when

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Taking Stock {February 2016} | Life

It's been a while since my last Taking Stock post. A very long while in actual fact. My intention is to do a taking stock post every month for the rest of the year. Whether or not this will happen is yet to be seen, but I'll give it a go. This month has been all about planning and making goals and creating visions and messages. Read on to find out why...

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Five {2016 52 week project} | Photography

children playing by Sydney family photographer
{Sisters} Just before Christmas Dave stuffed yet another lawn mower (that's 4 in 8 years of living here!). However due to some extreme laziness being rewarded he managed to score a new one in the form of his Nan's never-used mower, discovered while helping her move the other weekend. So it was with great joy that Dave tamed the backyard jungle meaning these kids could get outside to play again! There were smiles all round, especially when Daddy cleaned off and set up their awesome play equipment we got from the lovely Denyse a while ago.

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

The Days are Long... | Parenting

The days are long, but the years are short.

If ever there was a saying that summed up the experience of parenting so well, that is it. Some days it feels like we will never reach bedtime. And other days, I look at my girls playing together, and I wonder where the hell did these little girls come from, what happened to my babies?

Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Four {2016 52 week project} | Photography

children playing in the garden, Hawkesbury family photography
{Sisters}  Being in the garden, especially at their Grandma or Nana's house is hands down one of their favourite things. Both girls love being outside, and they are so lucky to have a father with a love of bugs and nature who will explore the garden with them and teach them all about the things they find.