My Sunday Photo 19.6.16

By any stretch of the imagination it has been a turbulent week. I’m riddled with anxiety and the news and the current political climate isn’t helping. The awful, awful murder of Jo Cox MP this week has shaken me to the core. By all accounts she was a lovely woman who fought for the underdog and loved her babies above and beyond anything. It doesn’t make any sense to me.

This week I’ve wanted to pull my baby closer to me, to protect him from everything evil in the world and to hug him until he really understands how much I love him. Because anything could happen to any of us at any moment.

I was fiddling about with my camera whilst the boy was getting ready for bed. I snapped a couple of pictures just to test the settings. The boy started posing, he was pulling the most incredible smiles he rarely flashes for the camera these days.

Quite by accident I took this rather lovely father and son picture, which seems fitting because today is Father’s Day. It’s not technically brilliant, but it’s very them and I love it.

My Sunday Photo 19.6.16

Happy Father’s Day xx

16 responses to “My Sunday Photo 19.6.16

  1. The state of the world in general is quite worrying at the moment isn’t it – there just seems to be so much hatred out there. Definitely makes you want to hold your little ones that little bit closer. What a lovely father-son moment to have captured and a perfect photo for Father’s Day 🙂

  2. what a wonderful moment to capture

  3. It’s a lovely photo and a good reminder of what’s important in life. As you say, it’s been a week to forget – the death of Jo Cox a genuine tragedy. I feel for her family.

  4. You’re right, the world seems to have gone rather mad recently which makes you really appreciate your friends and love ones.
    It’s a beautiful shot; a keeper for the family album.
    Enjoy Father’s Day with your family

  5. You are so right. Anything could happen to us any moment and I am feeling over protective with my daughter.

    That is such a lovely photo of your son and his daddy. It could be a Father’s day card photo/cover. x

  6. Pah, sod technically.anything, it’s a gorgeous photo 🙂 xx
    I hope next week is an easier one xx

  7. When something tragic happens like the senseless murder of Jo Cox, it does bring home how valuable the simple things are. A lovely photo and hope Dad has a fab Dad’s Day.


  8. Spencer Broadley

    With all the bad news going on, it is important to remember what is best in life and enjoy it – the picture is fantastic – let’s hope that in future we can see our children grow up in a better world

  9. Beautiful and perfect for fathers day. x

  10. I love this, it’s a special moment to capture and treasure

    Thank you for linking up

  11. It’s been an awful week but this is a gorgeous photo. Hope you all have a happy and peaceful Father’s day

  12. It has been a truly awful week. What an amazing woman she was, doing so much good for others. I hope you’re feeling ok. That is such a lovely photo. Happy Fathers day to you all x

  13. It really has been a difficult week in the world. I absolutely love this photo – it really sums up your boy’s love for his dad. Perfect.

  14. It has been an awful week…
    Aww! That is so sweet! Such a lovely moment to capture x

  15. Such a special moment captured!

  16. His eyes is smiling too! Lovely capture. I so agree with that everything esp the news sounds negative that it gives me chills. #mysundayphoto

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