And just like that, this sweet little bean is 6 months old. So proud of this sweet baby girl who amazes and humbles me a little more every single day. Love just doesn't cover it.
We are FINALLY home 36 hours after what should have been a 9 hour drive home from Tampa. I snapped this photo 2 hours into our drive at our first stop. We were enjoying ourselves, and admiring how cute James was driving the truck. Little did we know that just a few hours later, our trusty family truck would break down with 4 hours left in our drive. Ugh. Now that we are home and settled, we realize it could have been a lot worse. Breaking down on a Sunday when all repair shops and rental car companies are closed when you have a 6 month old and a dog STINKS, but we are going to focus on the fact that we are home safe, and that our car troubles happened in an area where we had family just a half hour away who dropped everything to come help us. The truck is fixed, we got extra time with cousins, and even though James' first road trip was more like a Griswold family vacation, at least we will have a funny story to tell her in a few years. Oh, and guess what was in our mailbox when we got home? The title to the truck, because we just paid it off two weeks ago. 🤦🏼♀️
I don't know why, but pretty much every child or baby I photograph, I try to snap a photo of the top of their head. There's just something so sweet about it. Like you can smell that sweet baby smell just by looking at a picture, ya know? I could not get enough of the sweet curls on this little one! 😍❤️ @sallymiddleton
First pigtails ❤️
I'd spend 9 hours in a car again and again for moments like this. James with her Nana, who is 96 years young. I'll treasure this photo forever. ❤️
On a night in February, I eagerly sat at my computer waiting for the registration for the @everyday_films workshop. Within minutes, seats were filled, and I was lucky enough to get one of them. I loved everything about this course and am so excited for what this skill set will do not only for my business, but for my family and my continued documentation of our life. Sharing my final project for the workshop on the blog! #linkinprofile