Thursday, 23 April 2015

Through my child's eyes #9

 Hello and welcome back to Through my child's eyes, the link up for mini photographers and artists. This week, I passed Alfie and Thomas a camera each and let them choose what they wanted to take a photo of. After a few minutes of running around outside, they ended up sitting indoors on the sofa, taking photos of each other. It was so sweet to watch. 

Last week we had 5 link ups which I was so happy to see. I have also had some fab comments on twitter from people who said they would love to start joining in, so fingers crossed we can get a few more link ups this week. I love hosting Through my child's eyes and I really enjoy reading all your entries, there are some talented kids out there. 

Last weeks fab entries

Glimmer of Hope: Photos for mommy. After taking photos of the things Merlinda's son liked the look of during a bike ride, he started to take photos for his mommy. He snapped away at places he thought his mum would love which was so sweet. 
LadyBug home & design: Castle acre priory, Norfolk. During an Easter Sunday trip to Castle Acre, Little lady bug took a sweet photo of her mum and baby brother before heading off to search for the Easter bunny. 
Working mummy & wife: Play-dough fun. W received a box of play dough for his second birthday and decided to create two amazing little aliens while recovering from chicken pox. They are fab and I especially love the hair style of the yellow one. 
Truly madly kids (Instagram): Family portrait. A lovely family photo taken by her daughter during a skiing trip. 
Not just another mum: Frog. Spud found a rather large frog while out walking around Chorlton water park. He managed to grab his mum's camera in time to take these fab set of photos. 

The linky
  • Please add my badge to your posts 
  • Link up your children's artwork or photos, with or without words is fine
  • It will run from Thursday 12am till Saturday
  • Can be old or new and as many as you like
  • When you add your link, please make sure they lead to your posts and not your blog's homepage. It may be difficult for me to find. 
  • Share your link up on twitter using #throughmychildeyes and tag me @gemma_stevens so I know to retweet and comment on your post. 
  • Try and comment on other posts in the link up. 
  • Feel free to link your Instagram photos too
  • Enjoy working together

I look forward to seeing the photos and artwork your children have created recently. Please help me make #throughmychildseyes a success by sharing the link up across your social media and by adding my badge to your posts.

Through my child's eyes

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  1. Thanks for the mention!

    This is an amazing idea! My son and I would definitely try to take photos of each other next time =)

  2. Adventures of a Novice Mum29 April 2015 at 06:06

    Such a lovely capture! :-) I'm not sure my 14m+ can take pictures yet; mabye i'll try and see what happens :-) Lovely linky and I'm sure more people join in as time goes on. #PoCoLo

  3. Michelle Bailey30 April 2015 at 22:45

    That's a great idea for a linky! I'll definitely pop by once I've taught my little boy how to use the camera! 😉x


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