liam // you climbed our steep roof to watch your dad work. It seems you are transitioning out of boyhood  more and more each day and taking notes in the process. burke // this
  liam // I always find you reading, even when you should be folding laundry. burke // a sweet smile from the guy who had blotches all over his face due to poison ivy earlier this
 liam  // you wanted to build something this week–possibly inspired by all of the handmade work your father’s been doing–so you built a lemonade stand for your sisters and cousin to use. burke // you
“a weekly portrait of each of my children in 2014” liam // you built a flying ship (complete with propelled wings) for a local Lego exhibition and called it the Flying Fish. burke // watching you submerge in a friend’s pool
“a portrait of my children, once a week in 2014” liam // you couldn’t believe how close the seagulls flew to you, wanting to snatch you lunch. A few times they succeeded. burke //exhausted from
“a weekly portrait of my children in 2014” — (a little behind) liam // you are learning so many things right now about the importance of details, of taking care of the little things. Sometimes
“a weekly portrait of my children in 2014” liam //Although you’re intuitive, articulate, and well-read, you love to play. I love this mixture in you and am convinced you’re going to be one fun adult
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” a weekly portrait of each of my children in 2014″ liam // I watched you all playing hide-and-seek by the water. Instead of hiding, you leaned your body against the lighthouse, strong and firm. burke
“a weekly portrait of each of my children in 2014” liam // Our school work has been simple and sparse this last month with all the moving and change. Still, you’ve been working hard to