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Hello there! It’s been a while since I have written a blog post. Honestly, I have never been very scheduled with writing posts. Juggling being a wife, a mother, work and my son’s schedule with therapy, and school the last few years, hasn’t left me much time to set aside for my blog.
I am going to change that starting this month. Each Thursday, I will post my “Thursday Thoughts.” It may be photography tips for parents, a recent session, what is going on in my life, baby life, food, clothes, or whatever happens that week. I hope you will check it out! I would love to hear your thoughts, suggestions and comments each week.
This Thursday will be my first of my weekly posts, and it will be something that is very personal. For now, though, I will leave you with a few tips to photographing your children at home. I have had so many comments and messages about my personal images that I post on my Instagram that I thought I would leave some tips, or suggestions, for parents each week. I have just recently began posting the images I take of my family, and I have been so surprised at the positive reaction to them all. I usually only post my images from my session, but I think I will start mixing it up a bit.
This image below is one of my son on his first day of school. It is very rare that I can capture my children sleeping because they are very light sleepers. This morning he moved a bit when I opened the curtain slightly and his expression changed from completely relaxed to slightly serious. However, he stayed asleep, which made me one happy momma. I love photographing my children awake, just being themselves, and playing; but I just get giddy when I can capture them sleeping. Give it a try!
Tips For Photographing Your Child: