We took a much needed break and headed up the coast this week for some family time. I feel like time is slipping away with my oldest sometimes. He's changing so much, becoming so much more connected emotionally to the people around him. He's maturing, developing a hilarious sense of humour, and taking in experiences with his whole being. He loved the ocean. We don't visit it often enough, so I definitely have plans to change that this year.
This week has been a busy one. I've been sick, the kids have been sick. I've been working every night to catch up on editing now that I only have two days a week of childcare. Looking forward to next year when my youngest goes three days. So I didn't my camera out that often. But I did manage a couple of days.
I went over to the US to film/photograph a wedding in NC, and then teach my Filming Life Retreat in Nashville TN, and thankfully we got to spend an afternoon at my grandparent's farm in Alabama while we were there. This house holds so much history for my family, and although it was hard balancing being present with everyone and documenting, it was worth the extra effort to have these photos.
This one's a bit more personal. The whole reason I discovered how much I love photographing families was through photographing my own family. These guys. Here are some of my favourites from a morning spent together.
I find myself having super short windows of opportunity to make pictures of our life right now, and they tend to be really early in the morning before the to do lists of the day take over. So here are a few recent mornings over the last couple of weeks.