Wednesday, May 16, 2012

#TheGallery - Morning

I'm joining The Gallery this week, over at Sticky Fingers. The theme is: morning.

As the mother of an impressionable 3yo daughter, my example has taught her the importance of a good morning facial routine. The lesson has been so well learned that I find myself hiding the jar of moisturizer. On occasions when I forget and leave it on my dressing table in plain sight, this happens:





Pop over to The Gallery to see more photographic interpretations of morning.

36 comments:

  1. Moisturizer or not, she is just beautiful! Those eyes!!

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    1. Thanks TrollMamma - and the eyes have never even been moisturized!

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  2. Brilliant! Not a bad habit to get into though! She is gorgeous!

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    1. Thanks Nicola - I do have a few good habits so it is nice if she picks up on them. Though I didn't mean her to start this one just yet.

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  3. Ah! Hope it's not £300 a pot ! She's beautiful already though :)

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    1. haha - no it isn't. I actually blend a cheap face cream with a high factor sunscreen as we live in a sunny climate.

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  4. She looks so pleased with herself in the bottom photo. What a lovely smile. These pics reminded me of my own childhood stealing my mum's oil of olay!

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    1. I used to do that to - when it was called Oil of Ulay in the UK!

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  5. gosh she is stunning - good habits begin early - Well done her!

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    1. Thank you. She actually onlly gets to do it when I haven't managed to get up and ready before she's awake. She's not a morning person (unfortunately for her) and I usually have to wake her up.

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  6. Ha ha I know that feeling, my 18 month old girl can't wait to get in my cupboard and go through my make up, jewellery etc x

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    1. Warning: It gets worse, lock up your lotions and potions!

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  7. I hope it's edible. Looks like there might be more INSIDE her than OUTSIDE!

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    1. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

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  8. She definitely looks as though she's the cat that got the cream!(sorry couldn't resist.) She is really is beautiful. Enjoy -the time goes way too fast.

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    1. Ha Ha Gilly, and thank you. I can already feel that babyhood has long gone and I only brought her home yesterday.

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  9. What a sweetheart and such a gorgeous little girl. I don't think she needs to worry about wrinkles any time soon!

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  10. Oh, look at that face! How can you resist?! Gorgeous!
    XxX

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  11. Ahh, little girls wanting to be like Mummy are SO cute! And good habit's start early!

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    1. What do you mean 'like' Mummy - she thinks she is the Mummy!

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  12. What a beautiful little girl.

    Just reading the comments section about mixing sun-cream with moisturising cream - what a good idea, and so simple.

    I too remember Oil of Ulay.

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    1. It's so hard to find a moisturizer with UV protection that is also not very expensive. And if you look at the ingredients, most moisturizers have the same inside whatever the price.

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  13. Adorable and obviously listening to everything you teach her :)

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    1. Listening yes, and then doing whatever she want to do!

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    1. Thank you, I know this but she doesn't.

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  15. How absolutely adorable and a great routine to adopt x

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    1. Thank you - who's supplying the face cream though?

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  16. My 4 year-old boy is also addicted :) Absolutely loves my deodorant too (though locating his underarms is a bit of a challenge). Thanks for sharing such gorgeous pics.

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    1. I read this comment quietly to myself - I don't want to give her any ideas about the deodorant! Thank you.

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  17. Well, it's important to get into a good routine early I suppose! ;)

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    1. I agrre actually. I'm starting her on stomach crunches and stretching exercises next week.

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