When I say big brown eyes, I really mean it! Look at this absolutely handsome little fella. I was also happy to see that he also had a big brother in the form of a West Highland Terrier. I used to have one of these doggies when I was a little girl and I can’t help but go a bit mushy and give these dogs lots of affection when I come across them. This little one was called Rascal, his twin, Mischeif (too cute!) had passed a few years ago, but I was happy to see that in the office there was a big canvas of them together. My little doggie was called Benji and I still think of him often.
So, back to this adorable little boy who was just melting my heart the whole session. As it’s often realised, the expat world can transpire to actually be a bit of a small one. The first thing he did was show me a book that he loved. I recognised it – it is a book that my daughter also loves – ‘Rumble in the Jungle’, a gift from an amazing friend. It so happened that his version was from that exact same friend – the amazing Jane Fairclough (who is nearly set to officially announce her Baby Carer services – more on that later). We all realised this about a few days earlier when Jane had been to visit this family for lunch. It made for the whole session feeling just that little bit more familiar and comfortable.
Now for those sneak peak images. Playing with his train set:
Perfect little toes:
More of those beautiful eyes:
And the long long eyelashes:
Finally, for now, the full happy family. I had lots of fun with you all and hope you enjoyed it all as much as I did, I look forward to seeing you again soon: