Sometimes the best place for a family picture is simply in your own house! I love taking family pictures at a clients home simply because I love the memories from seeing your home in your pictures. For us, we have lived in several different states and in several different homes and it’s nice to have a professional picture of us in our favorite place – our home! We love seeing the different houses we have lived in and how we had it decorated. They say home is where the heart is and I couldn’t agree more!
I am simply amazed at the size of heart this family has. In less than a year from becoming approved foster parents, this family has given their love, time and home to 4 very young kids from two different families (including a baby!) and she still makes time to volunteer almost daily at our elementary school and is super active in our PTO. How she finds the drive and energy is beyond me. If it were me, I think I would have found a new best friend named Ben and Jerry’s! Thank goodness for families that give so willingly. The love they are sharing with their foster kids will make a difference in these sweet kids lives more than we could ever possibly know.
Hello. Um, I was told there would be treats and I’ve looked all around and I ah…I ah don’t see any treats. Maybe someone is out buying said treats right now? Ah, I’ll be honest…. I really only came for the treats and if there are no treats then I am going home.
*Aunt Kara, that stink eye is just for you. Thanks, thanks a lot. I thought we were friends.
I’m considering trying to put together a pet portrait fundraiser since several of our shelters were flooded from Irma – would anyone be interested????? I’m thinking black and white on the white backdrop similar to this but maybe with some funny photo booth style props or even Halloween costumes? I’ll need to find a good location –
I’m sure you are guessing that I’m referring to how much in love these two are….but NOPE! When I say “love at first sight” I mean for me! (well I’m sure for the two of them too). I just have to tell you all how much I LOVE this woman. If anyone could be a super hero in disguise – it would be this woman right here!
Meet my youngest son’s 1st grade teacher. She is just the most wonderful human being. Her heart is clearly two sizes too big and I am fortunate enough to reap the benefits.
For those who know me personally, you already know that poor sweet D has seen countless speech therapists since he was about 3. We have had an uphill struggle with his speech/articulation/annunciation and since he has started school we have had to add on reading and writing therapists as well. We had an educational evaluation done this summer that shined a light on the evidence of dyslexia and dysgraphia.
I’m telling you this because we feel like we have hit the lottery by getting Mrs. L as his teacher. She has helped us navigate through all these learning issues and calls me (with out me requesting) to keep me in the loop on how my little guy is progressing in school. I am fortunate enough to get the opportunity of spending every Wednesday morning helping in her classroom and seeing first hand her patience with all these energetic and affectionate children 🙂
To say that she goes above and beyond is an understatement! My little guy just had to have his tonsils removed and guess who shows up with ice cream and a bag full of get well cards from his classmates – yep! Not fibbing – she really took time out of her day to stop by and personally wish him well. Wow. right? WOW!
I am over the moon happy that I was able to give her and her family their first ever family photo session. I can’t express how wonderful it feels to give even something tiny back to someone who does so much for others. We are so lucky to have you Mrs. L. You have a beautiful family!
And to all of the wonderful teachers that have graced our lives – thank you for all that you do!
Thought I’d do a quick share of some kiddos that happen to be on my favorite list 🙂 I’m sure Santa would agree…..