when we were young…

writing with passion, living with vision and acting with intention

Pictures of the week.


I have so many thoughts running circles around my brain, begging to be released into coherent thoughts on the unscripted spaces of my screen. How does one decide which one to focus in on and put to words? What helps you?

I think I shall start by acknowledging the present so that these moments may not pass me by without deserving reflection as they are tucked away to bring smiles to my face in days to come.

discovery, explore, best friends, snow stomping

Five days left in February and the snow made another appearance much to the happy delight of these two.

mama and baby, snow, not impressed baby

Not so much this one.

foggy glass, smooshed face, frosty days

He preferred being on the inside looking out.

crawling, cutest babies, besties

Or crawling down the hallway with a friend.


And yes, that is a strong willed child “reading” a book on how to deal with the strong will child.


Notice anything in particular about these footprints?

IMG_4940 sink bath, brushing teeth, family fun

And finish things off with a dip in the sink! Who says he’s too big for sink baths?


Author: whenwewereyoung...

A stay at home mom of two boys under two, love TED talks, swing dancing and of course, writing. When we were young is my sharing of motherhood, the beautiful, the ugly, the happy, the sad and the world my boys are growing up in.

7 thoughts on “Pictures of the week.

  1. Did someone put their own shoes on πŸ˜‰

  2. What beautiful boys you have!! Oliver’s unhappy snow face reminds me of his mother having the same look, lol! You and Jesse are very blessed with such wonderful boys ❀

  3. πŸ™‚ I always have a hard time trying to figure out what to write about, even though I have so much to say, as well If I had a computer ar home I would probably have a post every day except Sunday. Since I don’t I try to do something like this Monday-mothering, Wednesday-food related, Friday- family update and whatever else I want to say. πŸ™‚
    Your son in the sink, priceless! πŸ™‚

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