I'm |finally| working on a blog post that will go LIVE on Tuesday at 6pm 😍 It's miss Gemma Raine's birth story. Looking back through all her newborn pictures has me all 😭😭
Can't wait to share with you guys!
I am the kind of person who, for whatever reason, always seems to be in a rush. I walk fast everywhere I go. I drive fast. I don't like lines or crowds, and I think girls take too long to get ready (and I live with three of them). Photography is teaching me to slow down, though. As I look for pictures to take, I get to soak in the moment. I can stare in amazement at the beautiful world we live in and take time to process, think and decompress. #thankfulforphotography
Everyday at some point she ends up under our kitchen table & then proceeds to push our bench out + around the kitchen like a baby walker. Lol. At least she's creative! & I mean how could you ever say no to that face! 😍
This is my penance for sticking them in front of a movie to try to get some work done on a rainy day.... The marker... It's everywhere... Side note: silence is never golden and getting a solid hour of uninterrupted work in is always too good to be true...
This girl sure makes parades so much fun. She loves to go all out on the themed accessories & screams with excitement at the sight of a sports car, tractor or fire truck. She dances like crazy when a band rolls on by & she waves that flag like its her job.🇺🇸 I think I got her to about 5 parades last year & I'm determined to get her to as many again this year!🎉
It's always fun when you get to spend the holiday weekend eating mud bugs, going swimming, and spending time with some amazing friends!! I hope you're all enjoying this beautiful day!!❤️💙#memorialdayweekend
Honest Abel started a year ago, but the love I put into everyday started much earlier. I have always been a visual person and when our family started to grow I decided to buy a camera. A good camera, something that could capture all the moments I didn't want to forget..I had no idea it would lead me down the path that brings me here with all of you now, it's a story that is important to me and I want to share it.
For those of you who don't know my name is Sara and this is the story of how I found my passion in your memories, thank you for helping me follow my dreams. .
Taking a break from sharing about the road trip to catch up with our everyday || We rode the train down to San Diego last night to spend the long weekend with my fam. Arrived at my sister's after the five-hour trip really starting to freak out about this summer when we ride from LA to NY with four kids. Are we the only ones this crazy out there? Please tell me at least one of you's taken a cross-country train before, and that you might have a pointer or two to share about staying sane?