Munish, 41, from Gillingham, decided to undertake the project while his wife, Rita, was pregnant. He says: "Initially it was a hard challenge, but it has become like a routine. Naturally, it is a big commitment."
The giant portrait was made for her 18th birthday last week.
But there were times when the project almost came unstuck. "There were a couple of occasions I can remember it almost didn't happen," he says. "Once my wife thought I had taken the photos and while I was at work they went to stay at their aunt's home for a night. I had to go to her house to take the photos, but luckily they don't live far.
"There was another occasion when I nearly missed them, because I was busy with my work and the children went to sleep, but it suddenly clicked: I had to wake up the children."
Does Suman mind being photographed every day? "Being photographed every day just feels like any normal day as I have grown up with it my whole life," she says.
"At times it can become irritating as I don't always feel my best especially when I am running late. I do not have a favourite picture because all are special. I cannot compare."