cumber-bitches:

"NO MUM GET OUT MY ROOM. NO. I KNOW THAT BOTTLE IS EMPTY. YES I KNOW. NOOO! PUT IT DOWN. PUT. IT. DOWN. I LIKE THAT BOTTLE THERE. I DON’T CARE THAT IT’S EMPTY. LEAVE MY ROOM PLEASE. NO STOP TOUCHING STUFF. OH MY GOD JUST LEEEAVVVVEEEEE."

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ONE LAST DANCE
Ben Nunery and his daughter Olivia lost the most important member of their family. In 2011 Ben’s wife and Olivia’s mom, Ali passed away. They decided to pay her tribute by recreating these photographs of their 2009 wedding. Professional wedding photographer and sister of the late bride, Melanie Tracy Pace took both the original photos as well as the re-enactment. Ben decided to do the photo shoot just before moving out of this house, as a way for young Olivia to remember living there. Another reason for this photo shoot was to help Olivia, who was only one at the time of her mother’s passing, remember her mother and have something to commemorate her.
MORE PICTURES FROM THIS GALLERY OF BEN & OLIVIA

ONE LAST DANCE

Ben Nunery and his daughter Olivia lost the most important member of their family. In 2011 Ben’s wife and Olivia’s mom, Ali passed away. They decided to pay her tribute by recreating these photographs of their 2009 wedding. Professional wedding photographer and sister of the late bride, Melanie Tracy Pace took both the original photos as well as the re-enactment. Ben decided to do the photo shoot just before moving out of this house, as a way for young Olivia to remember living there. Another reason for this photo shoot was to help Olivia, who was only one at the time of her mother’s passing, remember her mother and have something to commemorate her.

MORE PICTURES FROM THIS GALLERY OF BEN & OLIVIA

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forever90s:

 

babies are naturally able to swim hello they just spent nine moths in amiotic fluid this is instinctive so no, parent is not shitty, parent is re-enforcing baby’s natural instinctive behaviour.

parent is good for doing this because parent is basically saying “yes the behaviours you were born with are great!”

Yup, if babies are ‘taught’ (allowed) to swim before they are six weeks old, they never lose the instincts they were born with that lets them hold their head above water and hold their breath when they need to. SCIENCE, man.

What’s really cool is, humans are the only primates known to have this instinct at birth. Other ape babies would just freak out and drown. So I don’t think it comes from being in amniotic fluid for 9 months (since it’s not like they have room to actually swim in there). It’s been speculated that humans evolved in the ocean at some point, which is a really cool theory that I recommend checking out.

 

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