He calls himself a snake and makes us make “snake house” forts for him every day. Cross your fingers his reptile phase is short-lived, because I don’t intend on getting any slithering pets anytime soon.
Passar o dia com família para documentar a rotina você não escolhe a hora para para passear ou ir na casa dos avós. Esse momento foi bem naquele instante que todo fotógrafo ama. Só pode ter sido presente do cara lá de cima!
She was home sick with me most of this week, and managed to muster up her sassiest tone one morning to tell me how unfair it was of me to let Lucas go to school when she could not. To say she was excited at drop off this morning would be an understatement! 💕
Unless you know me well, you probably don’t know that I have scoliosis and for my growing-up years, it was a major source of insecurity for me. I started writing this as a caption for Instagram, but the words kept coming so I posted it on my blog instead—you know where to find the link. If you only click over to my blog once, I hope it’s this time. You’re not alone in not always liking what you see in photos, but you’re also much more than what you see.
This photo of mine won an important award organized by Documentary Family Awards @documentaryfamilyawards a famous international movement promoting family real life photography. Tomorrow October 20 is the last day to enter this new round ...dont lose this chance !
This is the last year before I have a child in kindergarten and I'm trying to make the most of it by doing or going somewhere fun with the kids once a week. This week we headed to Smith Memorial Playground @smithplayground and as evidenced by the photos, the kids had a great time! #playsmith#philadelphia#childhood
TGIFriday y’all!!! We enjoyed the beautiful weather yesterday and soaked up the sunshine... and naturally I took too many pictures. But I can’t stop laughing at this one. The way the sun hit her face and the shadows make her look like a clown 🤡🤣 I felt like it was appropriate since it’s Halloween month 🧡🖤🎃🖤🧡