If you’ve read this post, then you know I’ve been on a journey of systemizing how I document my Motherhood. This post is for the link-lovers! If you want a peek into the products I can’t live without when it comes to keeping up with how fast my babies are growing and changing, I’m spilling […]
Last year, while outside our windows the world was turning upside down, I was laying foundations in the one place I could control…within the walls of my home. Everything around me felt chaotic, and the clutter in my mind and within our physical spaces were all competing for my time and energy…and with a new […]
As a photographer, I believe it’s a fundamentally important piece to the puzzle of my client experience that I put myself into the shoes of my mothers on photo session day. I’ve learned, from my own experience with documenting my wildling family, that there are things we can do ahead of time to set ourselves up for success and maximize our time in front of the camera (with a mini session especially, it feels as fleeting as the baby season itself!).
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