This Moment

{this moment} – A Friday ritual from Soule Mama, one of my favorite bloggers. A single photo – no words – capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. If you’re inspired to do the same, leave a link to your ‘moment’ in the comments for all to find and see.



  1. SO sweet!!

  2. How PERFECT!
    I remember when my daughter was in preschool (she’s 11 now) and that’s how she was feeding the dolls. I was so proud!

    (Our sweet moment:

  3. I love how she’s looking at the doll with that same adoration bf mommies look at their “real” babies. I never understood why every pic of a mommy had her looking at the baby like that until I had my own. Love this 🙂 I hope my son will do this some day – as odd as that may seem.

  4. This is so lovely and sweet! I agree with Dawn, love the look on her face and the way she is cradling her baby in on arm at just the right angle.

    Here’s our moment of rainy day play:

  5. I love that picture and have many pictures of my 1st son nursing his baby or stuffed pheasant, he is now 7.
    I started my blog after hearing about Project 365. Every week I post my moments of the week in one whole post. I have gotten braver by posting other topics. Feel free to check it out.

  6. Awwww…that is precious. Hope my daughter will be as confident about her choices in life (being a proud breastfeeder being one of them..even if it’s just her doll) like yours is. 🙂

    Here’s mine…


  7. I love pics like these!

    Here is my moment… it was a while back but I blogged it too!!! hehe

  8. christina says

    This is so my daughter she is 2 and she does it with her stuffed monkeys, unzips her jammies and looks at me and laughs its so cute. I guess she really does admire me

  9. I love these kind of pictures too. I remember my eldest daughter doing the same thing. I used to feel so proud of her. Jacinta

  10. I remember feeding my babies the same way when I was a little girl. I’ve now b/f four children & truly enjoyed it!

  11. There is nothing sweeter than that, the loving look on her face says it all; you are a fantastic mother and role model.

    My moment came late, I know, little baby D has been sick for the first time and just wouldn’t let me put him down today. And so I’ve been soaking up the cuddles:

  12. My older son used to do the same thing with his monkey when I was feeding my little one. He still talks about bfing and mommy’s milk. Hi is almost six. Guess this is to be expected from a doula’s son.