Misty Watercolor Memories

The title-cheese {yes, the velveeta kind}, but I can’t help it. One day they’ll be all grown up and scattered pictures is all I’ll have of these times of innocence and growth. I’ve always wondered what it would be like to have a sister. Now, I know. Of course, they argue and aren’t perfect (well maybe they’re perfect to me), but to this day they still end up in the same bunk every morning. I hear them laughing and talking about school, friends, us…I hope they’ll always love each other as much as they do now. If they don’t, I hope they will remember that their relationship is more important than their egos or who is right and wrong. I hope when times are stormy they will call each other (and me). You two (and your baby sister who fell asleep in the car before this light hunt) make my heart swell. I love you more than words. xoxo



Our Weekend

I have never posted a weekend glimpse before, but thought this weekend might be the perfect time to start. I have an album titled “Life” on my personal facebook page that keeps me inspired to photograph my kids frequently throughout the year. Our weekends are usually spent at the beach or dining with friends and neighbors on the patio. Our dear friends, the Walsh’s, spent the day and evening with us yesterday. I first met Annabella years ago in Charlotte. Our kids have known each other since they were babies and still adore each other. It seems crazy to me that we all ended up in the same city again 7 years later. Love them all so much. The kids decided to have a “camp under” while we enjoyed dinner. The simple things make them so happy!



                                               This last photo was taken with my iPhone using Instagram.