Week 16: Focus my child

April 18, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
My son is one of those kids that could sit and play. He has always been like that, since he was a baby. We, like most first time parents, didn't allow TV (this has changed, obviously!). Because of this, he was forced to play with his toys. He has always loved things that rolled or had wheels from a young age and to this day still sleeps with about...
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Week 15: The dirty window

April 12, 2016  •  1 Comment
I was standing by the kitchen packing my bag for a shoot. My daughter, in typical fashion, was opening and closing the door leading to the patio. There wasn’t anything particular going on; no special event, just another day in our home. In that moment, I was overcome with emotion in the beauty in this small child; her mismatched nails and the hair...
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Week 14: Welcome to our home, I think

April 05, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
So, these two signs are by our front door. I keep telling my husband that it doesn't seem like a good placement. Hi! Welcome. Oh you are selling something? Get out of here! Just a laugh for this week! Enjoy the heat! XOXO Nicole
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Week 13: Let's go fly a kite

March 29, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
​My partner, Stephenie, recently posted on Facebook about some of the adventures her family had been on. One of those adventures had been flying a kite. It brought back so many memories for me from my childhood and inspired this weeks blog post. When I was a child, my mom was great about taking us to do fun things. Not only did we get to go to the...
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Week 12: The invasion

March 22, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
C atchy title, huh? The truth is, the invasion I am writing about isn't aliens (although some may disagree), it isn't terrorists (again, subjective), and it isn't pests...the type of invasion I am writing about is the invasion of kids! Those little people we call kids anyway- you know the ones with the squishy faces and fat knees. Yeah, them. I kn...
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