What’s better than exploring a pretty preserve on a sunny Spring morning? How about filling it with tickles, cuddles, and kisses?
Joanna, thanks for letting me hang out with you and your gorgeous family!!
My baby is 1 and I don’t even know where this year went. It makes me sad. There were so many times when she was little that I couldn’t wait until her next nap or bedtime. She was a tough baby in the beginning. Once she got better super storm Sandy hit, and we haven’t been home since. The next few months were really hard. I wish I could get that time back with her. I feel like I didn’t get to enjoy it like I should have. My husband likes to remind me that things are always changing no matter how much we want them to stay the same. I need to learn to accept that. It’s hard. Why can’t my babies stay babies? Is that too much to ask?
Maytal isn’t walking yet, but she is close. She cries whenever I leave the room. I wish she wouldn’t but I know I’ll probably miss it one day. She has 6 teeth and is dying to talk. Her first word was clap. She also says quack, cat, hi, Abba, ball, balloon, banana, more, and Mama! She already wants to do everything her sister does and thinks she is hysterical.
I’m trying hard not let everyday life/work get in the way of enjoying my time with my girls now. We spend every morning in bed together cuddling and laughing. We always did, but now I’m more aware of how much we enjoy it. And I don’t care if Talia is a little late for school because of it
I love Maytal’s face here
Jen has become a great friend who I admire so much and who has helped me in so many ways. There is so much I want to write about her and and this session but as usual I don’t know where to begin. I need to hire someone to write these posts for me!!
Jen photographed my girls and I after my second daughter, Maytal was born. I’m so grateful I have those photos. That time was so hectic I barely remember it all. I finally got to repay her with some family photos. Even though everyone was freezing and poor Avery was only cooperating so that she can get some m&m’s, I loved every minute of this session. I don’t care that everyone isn’t looking at me and smiling. I enjoyed photographing Avery, just the way she is, holding her bunny, being mushy with Mom and Dad, because Avery is almost 4 years old and she is amazing
trying to keep warm…