Through the eyes of a child - Childhood photography
"If we could all see the world through the eyes of a child, we would see the magic of everything."
The wind in her hair.
The feel of the grass between her toes, and the sun on her face.
The feel and look of the dandelion her brother blows in her face.
The flowers, weeds, rocks, sticks to explore.
Feeling the bark on the tree, playing peekaboo.
Being taught by big brother to play airplane, ring around the roses.
Tiny hands, and feet, and eyelashes.
Bunny rabbits and puppies on the path.
These are things we pass by almost every single day, mostly without thought. But to view them through the eyes of a two year old suddenly turns them into magic. And we think we are teaching them.
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