a (pretty) ordinary year | week 4


22 of 366 | For my changing table series. I almost want to have another to have a reason to keep this series going for several more years. Almost.


23 of 366 | Saturday morning.


24 of 366 | Give me all of the coffee.


25 of 366 | This pretty much sums up how he feels when we get out so I can shoot some street photography.


26 of 366 | He is officially tall enough to push the cart and to see where he’s going. Sort of.


27 of 366 | The sun finally came out again, so we headed to City Market for a photo walk to celebrate. And I’m in a second shot for the week!


28 of 366 | No matter how many times I watch my preschooler get on the bus, it will always be so incredibly adorable.


Now head on over to Julia Francesca Photography to check out her week! And keep following the blog circle around!



a (pretty) ordinary year | week 3



Even on days that I really don’t feel much like shooting (i.e. super cloudy, bump the ISO to 4000 days), I am committed to slowing down and finding the beauty in our everyday lives somewhere. That is what I love most about this project. Because these are those ordinary moments that are sadly going to fade from my memory before I know it. But I now have a record of it.

15 of 366 | Frozen yogurt after the library. Don’t tell the biggest we went without him.



16 of 366 | Saturday morning.


17 of 366 | Alone time.


18 of 366 | “Hey, Mommy! I’m super strong because I’m six, so I can do this now!”



19 of 366 | Elbow dimples because they won’t be here forever.


20 of 366 | Waiting for the biggest to get home from school.


21 of 366 | Caught exploring.


Don’t forget to follow the blog circle around! Next up is Karen Osdieck Photography! I am seriously in love with all (and a bit jealous after our super cloudy week) of the light she used during her week!