She got married, had a baby, moved to Alaska for her husband’s new job, continues to work in a professional field, bought one home, sold it remodeled the new one, and then had baby #2. All within just a few years. What women can handle is beyond amazing, you guys. For real. And she makes it look like a piece of cake. I know what that kind of transition is like because I did it myself, and I know for a fact it isn’t always as easy as it might look on the outside. I loved being able to spend an hour in this sweet family’s home preserving some memories from their early days as a family of four. Because these moments of rocking your baby to sleep can get lost in a blur, but truly they are THE moments.
I have been MIA around here for a while, and I’m not gonna lie...not sure that I’m breaking the fast quiiiiite yet. It hasn’t been for lack of shooting or beautiful people to share (see these guys? Exhibit A) I’ve been taking a breather, finding some space and rest, and it’s been 👌🏼 I’m planning on sharing and blogging some things like: -a before and after post of our home remodel! (Which is still and might forever be ‘in process’) -a big life update -my approach to newborn photography...because I’ve encountered a lot of confusion about that lately. -alllll the shoots and weddings that I haven’t shared in the past few months. One main thing that has come out of taking time away is that I’m feeling very grateful for MY people. My faithful clients, the ones who I have worked with many times who keep coming back, and the ones who I click with from the first ‘hello’. It is you that keep me here and coming back for more, I wouldn’t do it without you! So, thank you from the bottom of my heart. ❤️❤️❤️
That’s my sister and nephew - aren’t they the cutest? Henrik was THIS excited for about .5 seconds before he was totally over it. Thank goodness for quick shutters. 😅 Can’t wait to meet baby #2 in January. 💞