One and a Half

My littlest baby had a half birthday this weekend and is now officially closer to two than one.

Sometimes, I can't believe she's approaching her SECOND birthday! What? But then I think about her birth and when she was tiny and that feels likes ages ago. So I guess I will let her keep growing.

I'm actually really enjoying her new abilities. She can follow directions. She can play in the backyard without falling off the deck. She can tell me when she's hungry with something other than a cry. And she can entertain her brother!

Those two are such a good pair and we really love watching them interact. He's nurturing and patient, she's rascally and eager. She follows him around, wants to do whatever he's doing and climbs on him non-stop. One day, he'll be really annoyed with her. But until then, we let them work it out.

So, her 18-month stats: 33.25 inches (90th%), 24lbs+2ounces (50th%). She just grew 5 new teeth (3 molars and two on the bottom next to the middle teeth).

She sings, dances, pulls on your hand to lead you places. She pats the seat next to her when she wants you to sit there. She loves to wrestle with her brother, color, and pour water on anything. She throws 8 second tantrums, but gives up pretty fast. She has some trademark faces and we love seeing all of them.

Happy Half Birthday, Lorelai!

A Brand New Blog

Hello! Notice anything different over here? I've been busy working on a new website, transitioning from a blog to a photography site so people can actually see what I do for clients! I hope you take a minute to browse around and check it out. I still have some tweaking to do, but it's officially open for business.

My new blog (with new address - will be more of a mix of my clients and my kiddos. I'll still be sharing our life and what we're up to, just alongside my photography for others. Like last week, when I had a session with a nursing momma and Lorelai got to tag along.

She was in love. In love. And I mean that in a "she won't let go of this baby" kind of way. Good thing my client is also a friend and was happy to share her handsome little guy.

In case you don't know, I'm a huge supporter of breastfeeding. And I love breastfeeding photography because it captures such an amazing time of motherhood. These sessions are truly some of my favorite to shoot and when this momma signed up for one, I just knew it had to be in her mid-century modern home that has amazing light in just about every room.

When we moved to the bedroom, Lorelai figured it was her turn to smother, I mean take care of, the baby.


But we were able to pry her off just long enough to get a few Mommy&Me shots.