Friday 25 May 2018

Be in the Picture Weekly Favourites - 5

Welcome back to the Be in the Picture weekly roundup. Once again there were lots of wonderful pictures shared on instagram and I struggled to pick just a few favourites. I could have featured so many. If you missed the last roundup you can catch up with it here, Be in the Picture 4.

For those of you that haven't heard of #beinthepicture, it is an instagram hashtag that myself and Alana from Baby Holiday created. It is designed to encourage you to get in-front of the camera as opposed to behind it. I used to always be the one taking the pictures and I was never in them myself. 

You can use the hashtag on any pictures that feature you whether that be fashion, parenting, travel, with your partner etc. You name it, we want to see it.

It has been so lovely to see so many spring/summer pictures on the hashtag lately. There have been plenty of beach pictures and lots of flowers. For this feature I have chosen 6 pictures instead of 4 as I just couldn't leave them all out. 

My favourite picture recently has been from Corneliusblog. Her and her daughter decided to have a tea party for the Royal Wedding. I just love everything about the photo. The lighting is perfect and their outfits are a pastel dream. I just want to join in the cuteness.

The next picture comes from hotpinkwellingtons. it's a stunning shot capturing the love between her and her boys amongst the bluebells.

I have been desperately trying to find a Rapeseed field in my area (with no success) so I can get some gorgeous summer photos such as this adorable one from littleladiesbigworld.

I know I know, another rapeseed photo 🤷🏼‍♀️ I promise I’ll stop sharing them soon and maybe just put them in a blog post as soon as I actually get around to it but today there is reason. I’ve just uploaded a video on my YouTube channel of my 10 tips for managing hayfever in adventurous children. A lot of people don’t know Eva has hayfever as bad as she does because yes, we are always in a field of flowers, or chasing leaves, or just general adventuring and that is exactly why I have so many tips. I don’t want to quash her spirit, her thirst for nature, and the world so I take it upon myself to do as much as I can to make sure she can run in the rapeseed fields and crunch in leaves to her hearts content. I’m not saying it’s easy (any allergy Mum will agree it is like being on high alert every single day) but goodness this girl has enough to contend with in her life missing out on food and other things and I’ll be damned if I don’t work my butt off to help in any way I can. Which I must say over the years I’ve gotten pretty good at, even if I do say so myself! So I’m sharing my wisdom with the world and a photo which is the most horrendous thing to look at when she walked on freshly cut grass at just 3 years old. If I ever have any doubt on whether I am going the right thing in being so strict with the things I ensure she doesn’t do, this photo makes me know it is absolutely right. #hayfeversucks #hayfeverinchildren #letthembechildren #letthembefree
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Another picture which melted my heart came from emilyandindiana. The beautiful Emily looks so naturally happy and you can't help but smile when you look at the photo.

This picture from ourfairytaleadventure has got couple goals written all over it. They bravely set off to travel the world recently with their 2 young children and I loved following their journey. 

The last picture I have chosen for this roundup comes from goingonanadventureblog. It's such a beautiful moment and the words she had written were heartwarming. 

My own personal favourite picture that I shared over on my instagram was taken in my happy place which is Disney. We are off there again next week (can't wait) and no matter how many times you look at the castle, it still feels like you're seeing it for the first time.

Make sure you join in with #beinthepicture over on instagram and also follow it to see everyone's pictures. 


1 comment

  1. such a lovely range of photos - it definitely makes a difference than just seeing flat lays or kid photos x


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