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I love that we live in the same building as this family! Cohen and his parents are some of the coolest and nicest people we have ever met. Cohen has these amazing eyes that are just captivating. They are grey, green, and blue all at the same time. He’s also one of those babies that will sit and play with a toy- nicely- quietly- happily… for hours. My son Liam hasn’t been still since he was about 20 weeks in utero, no joke.

We had so much fun at Cohen’s first birthday party! He wasn’t too fond of getting cake on his hands, but what a great day of excitement for him.

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I was so grateful that family came to visit for Thanksgiving. I was super sick, but Liam definitely needed some distraction and play time with cousins. My brother-in-law Thomas came with his wife, Cheryl, and their two kids Daniela (7) and Joseph (4.) What a big help everyone was the entire week. I felt like the worst host in the universe, but Thanksgiving went off without a hitch thanks to Cheryl! It was the perfect way to spend the holiday.

 

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I discovered this amazing park in North Charleston that became the perfect backdrop for a family holiday photo session. We had the idea of letting the girls decorate a Christmas tree and this wooded park was a gorgeous setting. It was definitely a challenge to get these little balls of energy to stay in one place but we pulled it off! It was a team effort:)

Well, these guys make it look easy, breezy, effortless. It was a pleasure getting to know this family on Isle of Palms last week. We had a blast on the beach and the light was PERFECT. They pretty much posed themselves and I was delighted at their creative input. It can hardly be called a job! What a pleasure to shoot this family.

These pictures are a few weeks old- I’ve been a slacker. My friend, Erin, from high school recently moved down to Charleston with her husband and two gorgeous daughters. They have these amazing and infectious smiles that I cannot resist! I LOVED editing these photos.

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Remember in Kindergarten when we had the big pieces of paper and the top was blank and the bottom had lines for a description? I loved drawing and then telling the story. The teachers would put the pictures up on the wall, then at parent’s night mom and dad would come into the classroom and say “Oh look, my son/daughter did this!” with pride… Well, this is what I created to celebrate Chinese New Year:

The picture shows a house, a bed with a person on it, lots of colorful Chinese lanterns, a cake with candles and a woman in a red dress with red lipstick, and red high heels. The caption reads:

“On Chinese New Year we would have lots of fun and we would drink Absolute. We would play a Chinese New Year game. We would call friends over for a slumber party. We would take turns of a hot bath. by acacia.”

I’m quite certain my mother wanted the floor to swallow her whole. She told me she took the picture off the wall quickly and we went home. I can’t wait to see the kinds of things Liam creates… Where does a 5-year-old get off writing about Absolut vodka and slumber parties with friends. Hey, it was the 80s.

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