Saturday, 4 January 2014

Capturing Those Precious Moments

As everyone that knows me personally knows that i love taking photos. Especially of my daughters. My personal Facebook page is full of photos of my girls, every day nearly. I love photo albums as they're lovely things look back at. My living room is full of pictures of my daughters and family. I think it is a lovely way to look back at once they're older. Do you take photos to remember? These are a few of my favorite photos.

This was the night before Elliw was born. I'd not long got induced here. Iwan took this photo as you can see ha ha. I miss my bump loads!

 When my big girl met her little sister for the first time :) Mia had no idea how to react, she was so confused bless her. I had tears in my eyes looking at them together for the first time, plus Mia was so young at the time!
 Mia meeting my GREAT Grandmother on the 27th December 2009 for the first time! Sadly my Nain passed away 2011 nearly 2 weeks after Elliw was born. I will cherish this photo for life.

 Mia here with her best friend at their first Christmas Concert. Such a proud moment.

This is me and Iwan in 2011, i'd not long found out i was pregnant. We had gone to Blackpool for a weekend just the two of us, we really enjoyed ourselves.

 My Dad did Tour De Mon in 2013 where he cycled 100+ miles all around Angelsey.

Such a happy and proud moment looking at my little brother and his partner with their beautiful son Osian.

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