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It has been a lot warmer this week, so we’ve been going outside as much as possible. Noah loves to find sticks and dig in the dirt in the backyard. I love sitting in the rocking chair on our front porch and soaking up the sun. Earlier in the week, we took a walk a few blocks to the library and checked out a handful of books. We are all enjoying the fresh air and sunshine. I am so thankful for warm and sunny days!

In case you are wondering, Noah does pretty much wear this sweater every time we go out. He has outgrown his jacket!

Always with the moody faces…

Haha, the wind gave him crazy hair! I love it.


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Yesterday was such a gorgeous, sunny day that I thought it would be a good idea to go outside and get some fresh air. Little did I know that it was only 40 degrees, and that is COLD! We only stayed outside for 8 minutes or so before we came back into the house with red runny noses. Noah loves going outside, so I can’t wait for it to warm up so we can spend some time out there. I want to go to the park and have a picnic lunch!

Hello, dead tomato plants. How I miss your sweet little cherry tomatoes…

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I love this moody face…

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Looking Back

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I found some old photos on my hard drive today and decided to play. Here are a couple of Noah when he was six months old. It’s hard to believe that this was over a YEAR ago! They grow up so fast! In just a few short months, he will be a big brother.

I miss this little guy…

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Oh, Snap!

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It is so important to capture your children as they grow up, even if you just take happy snapshots.  My son is not one of those children who suffers from “Photographer’s Child Syndrome,” the phenomenon where children of photographers hate to get their picture taken because they always have a camera shoved in their faces.  It helps that he hasn’t seen my camera in more than a month, and I only brought my camera out for about 5 minutes to catch him playing.  I don’t spend long trying to get him to smile or do something cute.  I just get in there, snap snap snap, and get out!  He is still curious and smiling instead of being frustrated and upset with me.

Happy Photographing!


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