This week’s theme is A Great Leap.

I thought we were going to have a rainy day yesterday but it just didn’t happen. A few raindrops fell here and there but no rain. Last night there were a few downpours, so this morning Owen and I went out in search of some mud puddles.

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               Looking for puddles!

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               So we got more of a splash/kick than a great leap. He sure was happy about it!

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              Exploring!

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         Look what I found! Thought I would try out his dinosaur raincoat too. It is a 3T, so it is still way too big.P I N this to pinterest         This mud puddle was just too much fun for a little boy!P I N this to pinterestP I N this to pinterest

All done!

I am really enjoying this project – I have documented some really special moments and everyday pictures of Owen. I highly recommend a project so that you are taking pictures of your little ones each week! It’s fun to have a theme which inspires you. There are several 52 week projects, 365 projects, and even some 12 month projects.

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Matt and Jen waited to announce in pictures that Ben is going to have a little brother! Our original date was snowed out so they had to wait four more days to share the news! It was absolutely gorgeous out the day of the session! You might remember Ben from his 18 month pictures! Such a handsome little man and soon he will have a little brother to play with!

 

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P I N this to pinterestP I N this to pinterestThese were taken outside Sweetie’s Candy Shop in Wake Forest. Once we saw the bubbles, we had to stop! Such a cute place – I am going to have to take my little one soon!

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This week, I had the privilege of taking photos for Chasing Mermaids, an online store which sells children’s boutique clothing. Raedene, the owner, sells through facebook and etsy so be sure to check out both pages! These clothes are absolutely gorgeous! I love the boys clothes (especially the navy whale shirt and shorts – LOVE!) but the girls clothes are incredible! (If I had a girl, I would be in trouble!) She really goes the extra mile with the details. I love the ruffles, trim, and borders. Too too cute! She is truly talented and puts a lot of thought into the clothes! The session ran very smoothly and the little ones were just as happy as can be!

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This dress is absolutely adorable and she is such a doll! This is definitely a favorite! (um, if I had a girl – yes I would have already bought this in maybe two or three sizes! That collar is just too stinkin cute!:)

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P I N this to pinterest       She is now taking pre orders for the spring collection so be sure to follow Chasing Mermaids on facebook for more information and to see the rest of the collection!

 

I can’t believe it’s already week 8! The weeks seem to be flying by! This week’s theme is Cabin Fever.

When you get Cabin Fever….

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Go get ice cream! (0r frozen yogurt – it’s the best!)

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  Sweet Spoons in Wakefield is our favorite spot for delicious frozen yogurt!

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