A Study in Contrast

by Jesse on July 20, 2016

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I think one of my very favorite things might be a hefty dose of contrast.

Here you have partially black walls paired with a white table and warm wood! Old pieces mixed with new. Worn with sleek. Contrast at it’s finest and I love every inch of it.

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What Hallway Dreams Are Made Of

by Jesse on July 17, 2016

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What I wouldn’t give to have a space flooded with light like this one.

It is absolute perfection!

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In Front of the Camera

by Jesse on June 5, 2016

When you’re a mommy, I think one of our biggest challenges is being in front of the camera. I take lots of photos of the kids, and my husband with the kids. But there are definitely fewer of me. In an attempt to get in front of the camera, my friend Molly of Molly Thompson Visuals, came over and took a few of me. I love having them taken in our home. So when our kids look back it’s not just a photo of me, but memories of their childhood home.

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Clearly, I have a love of book!

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One of my favorite things is honeysuckle. It brings back memories of standing at the edge of our garden with muddy feet, breathing in that delicious smell and sipping out that tiny bit of nectar. Something I’ve passed onto my children.

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So glad to have these. =)

I encourage you to get out from behind that camera more too.

xxoo

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Strike a Pose

by Jesse on May 28, 2016

We see the big girls pose all of the time, so we thought we would give it a try. While not all of these photos are tack sharp, they are still a fun way to capture the little dancer she is now.

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“Dance is a way to find yourself and lose yourself… all at the same time”.

xxoo

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In the Social Media World

May 16, 2016
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In a world full of selfies and instant media, I think it’s important to remember. Stay classy, friends! xxoo

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Blair’s First Year of Competitive Dance

April 27, 2016
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I can’t say that I ever imagined I would have a daughter who wanted to dance competitively. Though it has been interesting to see her have a love of music and movement soul deep that I also carry. Blair began her dance journey last year starting with all beginning classes and quickly fell in love […]

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Playing Photographer

April 7, 2016
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It was a treat to recently be able to take Senior Photos for a high school friend of mine’s daughter. It’s crazy to think her oldest is going to be graduating in a few short weeks. The world at her fingertips as she begins a new chapter of her life. Here is a peek at […]

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First Born

March 28, 2016
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First borns are special. They break us in and we experience everything as a parent, for the first time with our oldest children. My guy seems to be growing super fast these days. Not looking like a baby any more! All grown up and so much fun! I usually do birthday photos. This year we […]

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Home Updates

March 20, 2016
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With my obvious love of dark walls, I had to go and add one more to our home. This time in our bedroom. If you follow my Instagram, then you’ve seen a peek of the room. Here are a few more photos and one of our newest living room refresh too. I think the most […]

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Love List

March 3, 2016
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I know you’ve heard the saying, “Surround yourself with people and things you love”. There is something about the impending spring that brings about my clean up and clean out phase. Therefore surrounding myself with things I love, and discarding the rest. It’s quite therapeutic. So at my house there has been lots of rearranging, […]

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