Leah’s morning started when her 3yo woke up just as I got to her house. Here is a Friday morning at Leah’s.
Read what Leah says about her mornings today on the Denver Metro Moms Blog.
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As soon as she scheduled this photo session, Kate thought, “I have to buy new pajamas!” (“But I obviously didn’t,” she added.)
Here is a Saturday morning with Kate, her husband, and her 10-month-old son.
And the best part…read about what she says about her morning on the Denver Metro Moms Blog today.
Before 8am sessions are back!
I’m excited to share with you Sara’s Saturday morning today. We shot this on Valentine’s Day weekend, while Sara, her husband, and her twin 2-year-olds had a leisurely morning making pancakes (pink and heart-shaped for the holiday, even). Check out what Sara’s morning looks like.
And you can also go read what she says about her mornings on the Denver Metro Moms Blog today.
Sunday morning at Donna’s house. We shot this back in May, but time got away from me and I never got around to blogging them. So now as I’m about to start sharing a bunch of new before 8am sessions (I can’t wait!), I thought I’d go back and post this one to get things started.
Donna cracks me up because she has a very dry sense of humor and is very direct and she tells it like it is. She’s a interior designer with an art history background. Here’s a Sunday morning in her house.
Going outside to check on the ladybug house that they set up.
No ladybugs. 🙁
Only trophy animal head I’ve ever liked!
Making cinnamon rolls for breakfast.
Looking up what time the museum opens that they were planning to visit later.
A little modesty.
When you can be measured on the kids’ giraffe height chart. Short people problems. LOL.
First DITL of 2016! Yay! It was the first day back to school for Lyle, and my first hike of 2016.
However, from this point on, things got confusing. I followed the trail to something that stopped looking like a trail. So I backtracked and took a different trail that went off of it, but after a ways that stopped looking right, too. So then I went back to the first one and tried it again.
So I decided I needed to just hike back the way I came, instead of getting lost trying to find the rest of the loop. Then on my way back I passed yet another trail (also unmarked) so I thought, “This must be it!” So I followed that for a ways…
Then as I headed back I got to the original split, which I’d forgotten about, and I am now pretty certain that THAT’s where I got off trail. But I was worried about time at that point, so I just kept going back the way I’d come.