LIFESTYLE
12/02/2016 06:41 GMT | Updated 12/02/2016 06:59 GMT

Man Illustrates 365 Days Spent With The Woman He Loves (And It's Truly Adorable)

In what is a beautiful ode to love, a wedding photographer has drawn 365 illustrations depicting the daily routines shared by him and his wife, as well as their two young sons.

When he's not snapping photographs of loved-up couples, Curtis Wiklund is illustrating daily snapshots of their life, such as cleaning their teeth and showering or carrying his tired wife up the stairs at the end of a long day.

He also draws major milestones such as the moment he found out they were having a little boy.

Curtis with his wife Jordin and their son

Writing on his website, Wicklund says: "I started a daily sketch blog a while back when my wife, Jordin, was doing a ‘Photo 365’ project.

"Many of the drawings ended up being of the two of us. During that year, many people told us they felt like they got to know us better through the drawings, like they were a peek into our personal life."

The images show that you can still find beauty in the mediocre everyday things that you do. And what is more beautiful than sharing these tasks with the person you love?

drew again this weekend. First drawing to include our second little boy.

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I've received a recent influx of notifications via social media, and I haven't been able to figure out why. Today I stumbled upon a post from mott.pe on Facebook (an art school in South America), sharing 20 of my sketches of me and Jordin. The post has like 30,000 likes, 13,000 shares, and a billion comments that I wish I could read! My Spanish is fairly basic. :) If you're just now finding these drawings via mott.pe, I've posted them all at http://drawings365.com There is a link on there to see just the drawings of me and Jordin too. Enjoy! I post drawings occasionally here on instagram too. I'll post a few favorites right now, then back to photography! Thanks mott.pe! Also, as a side note, a Chinese client of ours recently told me that my drawings went viral in China. Haha! I don't know how to see that, but she said it was huge, and in fact, how she found us as her photographers!

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Post-shower pre-hairspray

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Cold season.

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love her so much.

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To see more illustrations, visit curtiswicklund.com.