You can usually find me adding books to my never-ending “to read” list; challenging myself to do things like not shop for a year; sneaking crispy m+ms from my secret hiding spot so I don’t have to share them with my daughter; and melting over seeing my children smiling at each other.
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The last time I saw this sweet family, Avi was just turning one and it was a big celebration. Now, he’s two and a half AND a new big brother!! It’s so sweet to be able to photograph the same families and watch them grow 🙂 One of my favorite things about photographing young children […]
March was a whirlwind. I started a temporary six-week teaching gig for the Cambridge School of Weston outside of Boston, so I spent a significant amount of time prepping for that class and getting childcare all lined up. Lily, James, and I all tested positive for Covid, so that really put a damper on things […]
There are so many different themes and ideas of what I want to photograph for this photo project this year! So, I put a poll on Instagram recently and asked for people to vote on what the theme for February should be, and “self care” won! This was an interesting one for me, because I […]
I still can’t wrap my head around the fact that I have TWO children! This adjustment has been a massive one, because it wasn’t just the adjustment of one to two, but from married to single as well. It’s been a ride, but this past month, I felt a shift. We have our routines, I […]
I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited to work through my PowerSheets. In December, I already knew what I wanted my word of the year to be, but I was really looking forward to working out what that would actually look like for me in 2021. My word for 2020 was “strengthen” and that […]
I don’t get on my soapbox very often, but when I do, it’s about something that I feel so passionately about, and today it’s this: whether you have $10 or $10 million, You. Need. A. Budget. I said what I said. If you’re a human being, you need a budget. No questions asked. I’ve said […]