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10 on 10

10 on 10 - november.

10 on 10Maria Angerilli3 Comments

another month just flew by and i was caught once again scrambling to pull this post together.  admittedly, i've struggled in the past few months to keep up with this project.  life is busy and lately, it just is hard to shoot personal work.  but i muster through, because i know when i look back it this, i will be happy that i did it.  each month, i think next month i will have a better, well thought out post...but really, i'm pretty sure when i look back at my family pictures, it's the mundane, everyday images that will make me smile the most.  so here is this month's 10 on 10 - saturday morning at the breakfast table....where so many fond memories of my kids are made.

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10 on 10 - october.

children, 10 on 10, my familyMaria Angerilli3 Comments

if you've been following along, you know from my september post that here in BC, school did not as usual because of the months long labour dispute between the teachers and the government.  well, i'm happy to report that came to resolve the 3rd week of september and my husband is back to work and kids are back to class, and i, of course, took my obligatory first day of school pictures of the kids.

for this month's 10 on 10 - it's back to regular programming in this is snippet of after school with thing 1 and thing 2.

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we're skipping alberta this month, but go on to see what saskatchewan is up to on Lisa's beautiful blog...

(note:  Lisa's blog is going through something technical that i don't it may or may not be up, if the link is dead - head on over to manitoba and see how Jodi is doing :)

10 on 10 - september.

10 on 10, children, my familyMaria Angerilli6 Comments

september already.  

i had planned that my 10 on 10 this month would be a back to school post....but here in british columbia, no such luck.  the labour dispute between the teachers and the government drags on and with my husband being a teacher involved in said dispute...well, lets just say we've had a frugal summer.

enough feeling sorry for myself!  despite the labour unrest, this has been a good summer and i declare it the summer my kids found freedom on their bikes and the summer i held my breath and shrieked with fear each time they tried something new on them.  they are getting more brave each day and decided to challenge the grass hills up at their school the evening i took these pictures.  

a bit weird, normally sam is the daredevil - but this time it was nola who decided to go down the hill first and sam sat on the sidelines scared.  he didn't admit he was scared at first. instead, he pulled his routine of being angry at everyone for one reason or another, but he later admitted that he was just too frightened to go down the steep hill.  after watching nola go down a few times, he decided she couldn't have all the fun and he went for it.  then it was nearly impossible for us to leave.

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