"A life of celebration"
Celebrating the seasons means reaffirming the joy of growing children and gratitude for living by ``arranging our lives, decorating with the seasons, and eating celebratory foods.'' Through celebration, we can recycle our current environment and lifestyle.
Enjoy the richness of spending time with celebrations at one of the turning points of the changing seasons.
1. Day to display Hina dolls
One sunny day in early February.
The first day of spring was celebrated the other day, and according to the calendar, spring has arrived. It's still winter at home, but spring is just around the corner at our house. It's the day to decorate my daughter's Hina dolls for next month's Doll's Festival.
My daughter, who is now 3 years old, is very interested in Hina dolls, unlike last year.
The curious look on her face makes me realize once again that she has become a "big sister".
2. Daughter's Hina doll
design and price. face and material. Royal costumes and Kimekomi. A variety of Hina dolls made from wood and glass. For two months, I was thinking about how I should decorate and how I should make my memories memorable, consulting with my mother and friends, and looking at social media.
My daughter, who is now three years old, is able to do more things and is always interested in everything with a sparkling look in her eyes. A daughter who is trying her best to become a big sister little by little next to her little brother who was born last year.
``I want to do that'' and ``I don't want to do this!'' Amidst the ever-changing claims, I can really see my growth.
This year too, my daughter will be lining up next to the hina dolls that have been lined up next to my daughter for her first festival, 1st and 2nd year olds.
“Take care and be gentle,” my daughter repeated my words, carefully decorating the doll.
It looks like we're going to have a special season again this year.
A one-of-a-kind photographer who captures the loveliness and atmosphere of “that moment” with the exquisite essence. The expressiveness and nostalgic nuances that feel strangely familiar are endlessly gentle and warm. Every time I look back at the photos, I come across photos that remind me how important "the present" and "the present moment" are, shine a spotlight on "in our lives," and gently teach us methods for welcoming daily life happily. Masu.