These are all from Caroline’s sweet little mouth.
Me: Tell me about your life these days.
Her: Well. I don’t actually HAVE ONE since Emily always says ‘GET A LIFE CAROLINE’.
While in Target shopping for a dress for the Daddy Daughter Dance:
Hey. I really need a necklace or a bracelet or maybe I can just have a bra or something?
While climbing across the counter in the laundry room:
This is bascially a shortcut to the hospital.
In the car after picking up Chick-fil-A yesterday (February 2nd):
HAPPY WARTHOG DAY! Wait….
Talking about her overbite and upcoming orthodontic treatment:
These teeth are jacked up. I can’t even chew my food good because my teeth stick out so much. My face won’t be the same and I will be different.
(Geesh. That last one broke my heart. Why am I so sentimental about TEETH?!?)
I’m sure you’ve probably seen this going around. Where you commit to videoing 1 second of your day each day. Then, putting those clips together to make one big video. Well, guess who hopped aboard that train?
Except, I simply couldn’t limit myself to one teeny tiny little second each day.
DO YOU EVEN KNOW HOW LONG THAT SECOND IS?!
Well, it’s short.
So, I ended up with *almost* a second and a half per clip.
PLUS, I shot more than one video a day.
I know. I know.
Before I knew it I was having a blast with this project AND BREAKING ALL THE RULES at the same time!
Such a rebel.
But will I regret recording more than one second and totally not committing to the Just One Second project like everyone else?
Um. lemme think.
I mean, who doesn’t want MORE videos? Nobody has ever said, “okay, you know what? That’s entirely too much baby giggling. Trim it down sister”.
Below you’ll find my rebellious not-just-one-second video for January.
But first, I shot these with a Nikon d810 + 35mm. The aperture was between 1.4 and 2.2 and I used auto white balance. I put the video together in iMovie and did not edit the clips at all aside from trimming down and removing sound. Also, the music was free from Bensound.