Category Archives: Lifestyle Photography

A Reminder to Spend it Where it Matters (Time)

My mind has been on ‘time’ a lot lately.  It could perhaps be because Kaden is very focused on it, wearingView full post »

Appreciating What They Do

As my belly grows and the vague recollection of what it entails to have a newborn again means in our day to day lifeView full post »

A Few Photos to Make You Smile

Flying goats always make me smile.  Always.  And who doesn’t need a good, genuine reason to smile?  These guysView full post »

They Bring the Wonder Back

I love how my boys, or children in general, bring the wonder back to things that we grow out of appreciating.  Like theView full post »

Refreshing for My Soul (Playing in the Snow)

How about a little break from pregnancy talk?  We had a great bout with snow a few weeks back and the boys ventured outView full post »

Big News to Share (Here I Am, and Where We’ve Been)

Hello, friends … I realize it has been quite awhile since we’ve been together, and I really am sorry toView full post »

Planting the Seed for Serving {The Molalla River Trail Race}

Volunteering with our boys is quickly growing to be something I seriously enjoy.  I love watching them joyfully serveView full post »

I Asked Him What He Wanted Me To Photograph

My get-up-and-go-drive to photograph our life has been waning.  Decreasing.  Struggling.  Maybe it is just a season, asView full post »

Capturing the Everyday Things (it’s where the beauty lies).

When I learned that my recently updated breakout, Photographing Your Everyday is still one of Click&CoView full post »

Save Time to Spend Time.

I’ve been debating for some time now about stepping away from a responsibility I’ve been committed to forView full post »

Before We Start School {Climb}

I always have a hard time saying no to “zero-period PE”.  We started using that term a few years ago, theView full post »

Simple over Deep.

I’ve been blogging a lot in my head lately.  Do you ever do this?  Think of a story or of a witty or wise thoughtView full post »