Everyday Video for 2013

Lily is a child on the move and somehow through it all I've kept up this fun little side project of documenting her daily growth.  The great thing is when you look back on these videos it's a nice little glimpse into our life as a family, chaotic at times, but lots of smiles and fun.

This year on top of taking her daily snapshot [going on 770 days!] I've been capturing daily videos as well. This is the 2013 collection compiled into neat little monthly videos.  Looking back it's great to see how far she came in such a short amount of time, plus documenting our huge move up north is kind of neat too.  I hope you have fun watching these, if you only have time for a couple June and November are probably my favorites.  Enjoy!

Everyday Video for 2013

By: Ian Grant [portfoliocontact]

January

We packed everything into giant boxes and did the giant move from Los Angeles to Seattle.  Crazy.  I don't think I could do it again.

February

We finally reached Seattle and began to explore our new rainy world.  Half the month felt like we were in doctors offices, we were immune to nothing up here.  Probably my favorite video of all time is Lily not wanting to eat her vegetables.

March

The weather finally started getting better and we did some crazy exploring around the city.

April

Lily finds many many rain puddles and becomes obsessed with Sam the cat.

May

Obsessions change from the cat to chalk.  Drawing with chalk all. the. time.

June

We visited Massachusetts for my brother Aaron's Rock Hall Wedding.  Lily was a flower girl...until she fell asleep immediately before the ceremony.

July

We go to the park a lot and swimming all the time.

August

Lily gets a box of just blue crayons.  It was amazing.

September

Lots of outdoor time spent dancing, jumping in Lake Washington and I go to Norway for a little bit.

October

Apple picking!!!

November

Birthdays and tons of balloons all month!

December

Lots of moving and Lily reviews 'The Snowman'

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