Category Archives: siblinghood

this one…

Is hanging loud and proud in the Cottage right now… Dang those are some good looking kids.

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saturday morning view.

Growing up in my house, Saturday mornings meant cartoons and dry cheerios. My sister and I would rise early and help ourselves to a bowl of cereal, knowing that our parents weren’t planning to be up any time soon. Eating in the living room was frowned upon so the chance to perch in front of […]

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mr. thirsty.

My first clue should have been when Sarah asked me for a clipboard. Specific requests mean a specific plan is being hatched. When I tucked her into bed that evening I saw this sitting on the floor… The next day as I walked down the hallway, undoubtedly delivering the umpteenth stack of clean clothes that […]

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love fest.

On Saturday I photographed a family that included a 17 year old sister and 15 year old brother. They were kind and smart and clearly loved each other. As I watched those two teenagers together it gave me all kinds of hope that this love fest my kiddos have going on will last.

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first and last.

The tradition continues. Here are my babies on their first and last days of preschool this year. To me these might be the most notable changes so far. Ephraim started his two year old class as a tow-headed, babbling toddler and ended it as a three year old with coarse big boy hair and a […]

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