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Ben and Joe help select breakfast cereal from their supermarket trolley at the local Tesco grocery store in Tring, England Monday February 23, 2015. Every couple days we stop at the supermarket, and there's the battle to get the the boys in to the supermarket trolley. Should this be forgotten? Is this worthy of being photographed? 
I take them through the aisles and navigate my options: Shredies? Cheerios? The cheaper store brand? My thoughts criss-cross with the shouts of brothers tugging at one another, and at what they can grab from the shelves. Ben reaches for a box , amazingly bypasses “Monster Puffs” and clutches a very large box of Weatabix “This one Mummy!” he insists. This project has let me see photographs where before I thought there were none. It has allowed me to see the universality of my life and how it is reflected in so many other lives.
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ELIZABETH DALZIEL
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SECRET LIFE OF MOTHERS
Ben and Joe help select breakfast cereal from their supermarket trolley at the local Tesco grocery store in Tring, England Monday February 23, 2015. Every couple days we stop at the supermarket, and there's the battle to get the the boys in to the supermarket trolley. Should this be forgotten? Is this worthy of being photographed? <br />
I take them through the aisles and navigate my options: Shredies? Cheerios? The cheaper store brand? My thoughts criss-cross with the shouts of brothers tugging at one another, and at what they can grab from the shelves. Ben reaches for a box , amazingly bypasses “Monster Puffs” and clutches a very large box of Weatabix “This one Mummy!” he insists. This project has let me see photographs where before I thought there were none. It has allowed me to see the universality of my life and how it is reflected in so many other lives.