156/365(+1), a photo by Luca Rossini on Flickr.
Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO500, f2.5, 1/60, raw
I already know I’ll miss them so much. I won’t see Agata for ten days, which is like a whole era at her age. I don’t know how many things she’ll have learned by then, but considering how quick in developing she’s being I guess she’ll know how to fly, to drive a truck, and to solve differential equations.
What is amazing is how our family grows together with Agata. Every day she becomes more aware of herself, of us, and of the rest of the world. Now she knows what she likes, to be with us for example. Some times just with me, others with no one else than her mother, but most of the times she reaches the top of the happiness when we’re all together. And when she’s happy, we are so happy. So, being together makes all of us very happy. We love her so much, more and more every day. And the more we love her, the more we love our family.
I didn’t expect a baby to be such a love carrier, the seed around which the whole family thing grows, an emotional amplifier. And yet Agata turned out to be all of these things, and that’s why I miss her every second I’m not with her.