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Secret Garden Fun With My Nephews

I took some fun family photos for my in-laws in my garden a couple of weeks ago. As a result it inspired me to host mini sessions this summer which you can read about here.

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beautiful blue eyed toddler
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Jameson tried a grape popsicle for the first time. He gave it mixed reviews….well at first!

“Hmmm what’s dis?”

“Hmmm what’s dis?”

“wahhh datz cold”

“wahhh datz cold”

“Mmmm wait a second…”

“Mmmm wait a second…”

jameson loves his popsicle

He looks like he is enjoying himself now!

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Jackson went crazy running around pantless with a grape popsicle in hand, infiltrating my garden. I mean, I can’t blame him. He’s doing summer right!

full of popsicle

I think we’ve all felt this way at one point or another after eating too fast LOL.

running pantless
baby loves bubbles

Gotta do a poop check before family photos! Hahah oh man, you have no idea how happy my sister-in-law was that I captured this hilarious photo!

poop check

Annnnnndddd we’ve got a winner! Everyone is smiling and looking at the camera. 100%

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BTW this post inspired me to host Secret Garden Family Mini Sessions this summer in my garden. Check out the link for more info.

Xmas with Ella

So of course, like any sane person would, I didn’t stop working on xmas! Haha well, sort of.

Here’s the thing. I LOVE taking photos. There is nothing else like it. Capturing that one special moment can mean more than anything to a parent. And eventually years later, it will mean even more to the child and their children, and their children’s children. It becomes a family heirloom. A memory cast in stone. A portal into the past that gives us a loving sense of who we are and where we came from.

I knew I had brought my camera down to my Dad’s for a reason. And yes, I did make us stop multiple times on country roads to take landscape photos, but when little Ella walked in the door I knew why my camera was in hand. So I asked her Dad if he wanted some Christmas photos and he was so grateful.

So to all the parents who survived Christmas 2018, Congratulations! One day you will look back and won’t remember how tired you are :D