Day 119 to 125/365 {catching up}

Every Sunday night, I cringe at the thought of catching up on my 365 project posts. I really only have myself to blame. If I could just be disciplined enough to process my images everyday, it wouldn’t be nearly as painful. But no, I must wait till Sunday night to go through  a week’s worth of photos.

So, here are the photos for the week, with a little story to go with each.

Joshua fell asleep in our bed. Cliff curls himself up to give Joshua room. It melts my heart.

Joshua fell asleep in our bed. Cliff curls himself up to give Joshua room. It melts my heart.

There are the very odd times that Joshua will let me take a photo of him. I snap away like a mad woman when moments like this happen. He is growing so fast, and I feel out of breath trying to catch up to him.

There are the very odd times that Joshua will let me take a photo of him. I snap away like a mad woman when moments like this happen. He is growing so fast, and I feel out of breath trying to catch up to him.

Another grey and rainy spring day in Vancouver.

Another grey and rainy spring day in Vancouver.

This is my riding buddy's very hot crotch rocket. We rode down a "no entry" road and onto the pedestrian-only area, risking our butts for this shot.

This is my riding buddy’s very hot crotch rocket. We rode down a “no entry” road and onto the pedestrian-only area, risking our butts for this shot.

Cliff made sushi. He made me happy.

Cliff made sushi. He made me happy.

Josh had a very late nap on this day. So when his bedtime rolled around, he was wide awake. I took him for a spin in the new (new to me) car, and he requested for noodles. We went to a Hong Kong style cafe for noodles at 9 pm. I felt like a bad parent, keeping my preschooler up so late at night. But we had so much fun. He ate an entire bowl of noodles and soup, and snuggled right next to me. For the rest of the weekend, he wouldn't stop talking about how much fun he had going out for late night noodles with me.

Josh had a very late nap on this day. So when his bedtime rolled around, he was wide awake. I took him for a spin in the new (new to me) car, and he requested for noodles. We went to a Hong Kong style cafe for noodles at 9 pm. I felt like a bad parent, keeping my preschooler up so late at night. But we had so much fun. He ate an entire bowl of noodles and soup, and snuggled right next to me. For the rest of the weekend, he wouldn’t stop talking about how much fun he had going out for late night noodles with me.

We found this orphaned toy in the park. Whenever we see a lost toy at the park, it always makes me wonder if the little boy or girl who lost their toy is crying at home because they can't find their favorite toy.

We found this orphaned toy in the park. Whenever we see a lost toy at the park, it always makes me wonder if the little boy or girl who lost their toy is crying at home because they can’t find their favorite toy.

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