A series of images I shoot each week to reflect what I am grateful for.
For daddies that hold babes that aren't feeling well...
...and play when Little Duck feels better.
For this smile when I ask him to say 'cheese.'
For little feet and the laps that hold them.
For a Grandpa that reads about tractors and then climbs under the kitchen table to converse.
For time outside, helpful sweet girls, and a face like this.
For silly boys that don't hold still.
For Little Rascals references.
For stocking caps, pink cheeks, and Grandmas who hold treasure.
For a man that is an amazing father and grandpa.
For the baby bump that holds Little Papoose and that face she makes when she's concentrating.
For a watchful, sweet mamma who is near and dear to my heart.
For this picture - it makes my heart smile. Even though I was a mess. Even though I had just lost a foot race. I am neither fast nor agile after stuffing myself full of Thanksgiving leftovers.
Right after this picture, my beloved baby sister and I spent the next few minutes rolling down a hill. Sometimes, when you are 30 years old, you put on old clothes, and then roll down a hill. And then sit for a good 10 minutes trying to get the world to stop spinning. (Picture taken by James. Thanks, buddy!)
For a child's perspective - the two above pictures were taken by James and I love the story they tell.
Grateful and fortunate to have these people in my life.
Sites I Dig
The Road is Home
The Seed & Plate
Sharon Covert Photography
The Define School
The Noisy Plume
Sarah Gee Photography
Fox & Owl Studio
The Stork and The Beanstalk
Mellow Yellow Photography
A Simple Little Journal
What I've Been Reading
The Girls by Emma Cline
A Land More Kind Than Home by Wiley Cash
Dark Places by Gillian Flynn
Never Broken by Jewel
Hold Still by Sally Mann