photography

What My Eyes See and What Photos Don’t Show – Take 8

January 2, 2014

Photography is a big part of this blog, and of my life. I do what I can to show the world that life with two children with special needs – cerebral palsy and Down syndrome – is beautiful, special, and, yes, rather ordinary. At the end of each quarter I post my five favorite photos […]

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What My Eyes See and What Photos Don’t Show – Take 7

October 24, 2013

Did you think I’d forgotten about this quarterly feature? Well, you’d be right. It’s a few weeks late, but here it is. Photography is a big part of this blog, and of my life. I don’t claim to be an expert, by any means, but I do what I can to show the world that […]

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A Day in the Life: Insta-Sunshine Style!

September 12, 2013

Trying something new today. :) I wondered if I could take a photo during each one-hour time block of a typical-ish day to document the day in snapshots. Following are the results. 7:00 – 8:00 a.m. Sarah Kate’s standard morning fare: Eggo waffle with peanut butter and syrup and a Tervis tumbler of milk. Breakfast of […]

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Not the Post I Planned

August 29, 2013

I wrote a completely different post for today, but when I woke up this morning my brain was scolding me that Ain’t nobody wanting to hear about all that so I decided to start fresh. And by start fresh, I mean posting a few photos that make me smile. Monday night. Instagram. Momma’s heart was smiling. […]

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Seven Snippets: Post-Independence Day Edition!

July 5, 2013

Happy Friday! Did you miss me yesterday? We spent a great day as a family plus one – a friend from our years in north Alabama. I hope you all add had a fantastic Independence Day (or Thursday, if you aren’t in the US). I determined earlier in the week that This Would Be the […]

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What My Eyes See and What Photos Don’t Show – Take 6

June 27, 2013

Photography is a big part of this blog, and of my life. I don’t claim to be an expert, by any means, but I do what I can to show the world that life with two children with special needs – cerebral palsy and Down syndrome – is beautiful, special, and, yes, rather ordinary. At […]

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What My Eyes See and What Photos Don’t Show – Take 5

March 28, 2013

Photography is a big part of this blog, and of my life. I don’t claim to be an expert, by any means, but I do what I can to show the world that life with two children with special needs – cerebral palsy and Down syndrome – is beautiful, special, and, yes, rather ordinary. At […]

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What My Eyes See and What Photos Don’t Show – Take 4

January 1, 2013

Happy New Year! Were you expecting to see “Sarah Kate’s Birth Story: The Epilogue” today? Sorry about that! When I announced I’d be publishing it on Tuesday I wasn’t thinking Tuesday was New Year’s Day. It’ll post on Thursday instead when everyone is back in the regular groove. Photography is a big part of this […]

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How NOT to Successfully Take a Christmas Card Photo of Your Kids

December 6, 2012

1. Don’t schedule it for a Sunday afternoon less than two hours after you finish your marathon training long run of 16 miles. The ability to move quickly, squat, and stand back up are all crucial skills for photographing children. 2. Don’t plan on taking said photo near a large body of water. Large bodies […]

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What My Eyes See and What Photos Don’t Show – Take 3

September 27, 2012

Photography is a big part of this blog, and of my life. I don’t claim to be an expert, by any means, by I do what I can to show the world that life with two children with special needs – cerebral palsy and Down syndrome – is beautiful, special, and, yes, rather ordinary. Back […]

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