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We arrived! | Boston Children’s Photographer

After a month of traveling…we arrived in Boston! We unpacked our jeep, which was popping at the seams, with things like bathing suits, camping gear, balsamic vinegar(?), duct tape, hiking boots, sand, camera gear, and enough stuff to live off of for a month. I can’t wait to share with you our adventures as we settle in to our new home.

Hugs and Kisses| Boston Children’s Photographer

I had just walked in their front door and was chatting with my friend Sarah when I heard a little voice coming from the kitchen say, “Let’s go say hi!” Jasmine’s smiley face ran around the corner followed by her daddy chasing her with a diaper and twirly white dress in hand. Jasmine loves LOVES people.  She also loves giving hugs and kisses.  Really big ones!!!

Swinging kisses too!
But she did not want to kiss this little guy.  She did however after a long introduction allow him to sit on the edge of her dress.
We caught frogs, played on the swings, and played with an awesome bubble machine!
Who is this little one?!  Isn’t she gorgeous! Check out those eyes. This is Jasmine’s baby sister.
They both got daddy on the nose.

This family along with many others will be dearly missed as we move. Matt and I have been blessed beyond belief in just two years by friends and a church family that made us new Ohioans (is that a word???) feel loved and at home.

The Fridge| Boston Family Photographer

For two weeks now, we have been trying to clean out the fridge for moving day.  The freezer is almost empty except for all of the desserts we froze so we didn’t eat too much of them.  Cake, croissants, ice cream have gone  untouched for who knows how long and now they have to be eaten.  And the only accompaniments from the fridge are strawberries, cheese, oh and bottles of stuff like horseradish, soy sauce, and chili sauce.  This is going to be an interesting week.  Anyone with a sweet tooth….please come save me.  Mine hibernated a pie, cake, and bowl of ice cream ago.

In the backyard| Boston Children’s Photographer

It all began in the backyard….

We sat on our horses in the tall grass waiting for the bad guys to approach.  Cowgirl Theresa gave the cue.  Cowboy Thomas and his trusty horse fired peanut butter, I fired marshmallows, and Cowgirl Theresa toasted them into s’mores:) We carried the bandits off to pizza planet where they fell into a deep sleep while we went off to find another adventure.

Where should we go next? These two were full of ideas.
Such a cutie!!
Check out his pitcher face…

We landed our spaceship in the backyard. Returning with grass stains, dirty toes, and grumbling bellies. It was a good day.

Tricia - Such a sweet post. Sometimes the close to home adventures are the very BEST ones. (for great portraits too). The real ones are always my favorites!

Renee - i’m really loving the upside down shot. They look so happy