Project 366: Day 294 Holding Hands

In October 2008, I took a picture of the boys holding hands and walking together at the local pumpkin patch. Since 2008, I’ve shot the same pose of the boys holding hands. Today was our annual visit to the local pumpkin patch, which meant it was time for the annual shot of the boys holding hands and walking together. Rob and I wonder how many years we have left of the boys being willing to hold hands. Stay tuned.



Here’s the first shot from October 2008


14 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 294 Holding Hands

  1. I don’t know how many more years you have on the hand holding…just because you are Mom they may do it forever as a joke. But on the dressing alike…one of them is going to bust loose in a few years. 🙂

    1. I’ve had to resort to matching jackets, BD. Know one knows if the boys are matching under the jackets…
      If they are willing to hold hands as a joke – I’ll take it. Whatever works. 🙂

  2. This is very cool. I think you should try to repeat this shot for as many years into the future as you can. What a marvelous way to document the boys and their journey.

    1. I know. I am so grateful they are willing to hold hands. They’ve seen the pictures year after year, and they know how special the moment is – I think they ‘get it’ and want it to continue, too. At least, that is what I tell myself. Check back next year, when they are a year older. 🙂

  3. I remember when I use to do this to my two youngest daughters. I dressed them alike and then the little one caught up to the older one and everyone thought they were twins! Your precious boys remind me of my “younger years”, with my girls..Enjoy them, they grow up way too fast.

    1. I am doing my best to enjoy all the moments, Libby. I’m finding looking back at past pictures gives me warm fuzzies without the ‘craziness’ of being in the moment. 🙂

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