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Our annual camping trip took place last weekend — we always love to camp—-probably one of our favorite things to do—and Memorial Day Weekend has become a tradition (mostly because it’s Ryan’s birthday!). We actually recently purchased some land South of Beatrice to build our own cabin (!!!), but until that happens, we were thankful […]

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Today we have one of my favorite families: The Worthings. See more of their sessions by clicking HERE and here oh, and here. (this one goes Waaaaay back) and see little Lawson when he was a just a tiny thing (the doorway in the last image is now my studio entrance! Crazy!

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Ryan helped me shoot some video of Violet on Sunday afternoon. Here’s some shots taken in between. What a ‘huggie bear’ as our neighbor boy calls her. 7 months old and she wants to crawl SO badly. She can get up on all fours, but only for a few seconds.

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The story of our bedroom. Our master spa-like retreat. …more like afterthought catch-all waiting for her desperate make-over addition in 3 years. : / I couldn’t live with it this way anymore. SO BORING. Yeah, we mostly sleep in here, but I was never excited to be in this room. A mini make-over was in […]

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  • May 20, 2015 - 2:41 pm

    Shediddy - Ryan sleeps on my side.ReplyCancel

This is what weekends should be: relaxing, limited work. AMPLE time for family. A perfect first Mother’s Day for me, if you will. That meant pigtails for Violet. Then she had her first big girl bath in the big person tub. she loved it. her hair is RIDICULOUS. It’s longer than mine at the moment… […]

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Great time of year to take a nap… and our landscaping is looking good! It’s true what they say… the first year after a planting, your vegetation ‘sleeps.’ It doesn’t grow at all. The work is done beneath the soil; establishing roots. The next year, they ‘creep.’ They grow a little bit (that’s our plant […]

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