May 10, 2016

ProjectTEN | May

Over the last two weeks there has been more rain than sun in Delaware. The girls have spent hours upon hours playing with this box. And why not? It's a bed, an elevator, a ship, a canvas, a house, a tunnel, a boxing ring...
Please go check out the ProjectTEN work produced this month by these wonderful photographers:


If you would like to see more of my daily life, check out Instagram where my kids are the stars.

April 12, 2016

ProjectTEN | April

Here we are in April. John Hall is two months old and I'm still struggling to pick up my camera. Thank goodness for ProjectTEN! This month I decided I'd capture a couple of simple moments of our daily life as it currently is. All of the images featured are from one twenty-five minute span.

We have commitments every morning and often this is lunch: John Hall dozing in his carseat while Cole and Ibbie eat. After lunch, the kids always rest and usually nap. The simultaneous rests allow me time to eat lunch and catch up on photography and house work. But as I mentioned, I haven't been picking up my camera much lately. My energies during rest time have gone to supervising baby belly naps, encouraging preschooler sleep, and loving on my lonely dog. Gratefully, I know infancy is fleeting and housework can wait, so I watch my baby sleep while I listen to my girls blatantly boycott naps. Welcome to my world!
Please go check out the ProjectTEN work produced this month by these awesome lady photographers:


If you would like to see more of my daily life, check out Instagram where my kids are the stars.

March 22, 2016

ProjectTEN | March

This month's post is late. I could blame the baby, or the timing of Cole's birthday party, or the cold and flu season. But really what it comes down to is life in general. Some months are harder than others. February 10 - March 10 was a month full of much joy and very deep tragedy for our family. Right now, I'm glad to have snapshots.

There is nothing technically impressive about this group of images and that is fine with me. These ten pictures are something because of the life in them. This month, getting a few pictures of Cole's fourth birthday celebration was enough.

After the birthday party, we popped in to see my grandpa who was staying right down the street from the art studio. Fortuitously, my dad decided to pop in, though he lives an hour away, at just the same time. And so, we nabbed a picture of four generations.
Please go check out the ProjectTEN work produced this month by these awesome lady photographers:


If you would like to see more of my daily life, check out Instagram where my kids are the stars.