Sunday, September 28, 2008

What a Difference a Year Makes

On the left you see me shlepping a car seat along the path at Hardy Falls, carrying two-month-old Ezra like the lump he was. The picture on the right is the two of us walking along the path together on Saturday, almost a year later. The transformation humans go through in their first year of life is just unbelievable. A miracle, really. I still carry him sometimes, but that lump of a year ago is now a walking, self-feeding, communicating, cup-sipping, giggling, raspberry-poaching, ball-throwing, power-tripping kid.

5 comments:

Kaili said...

That's cool. I love time lapse photos.
Love how Ezra ran away then ran back to show us his ball the other day, SO cute!

Elizabeth said...

Me too, I love time lapse photos. The lighting is nearly identical!

Jeremy said...

Yeah, they are really similar, aren't they? Just a bit different time of day (morning a year ago and afternoon this weekend)...and a walking kid instead of a lump!

Anonymous said...

Oh Ezra, you're changing so fast into a little boy! Very cute and love that picture of you two walking, father & son. Pearl

Jeremy said...

They're neat shots. I should have properly credited Tannis for taking both!