Finally I had the chance to play with the glitter I bought back in January. You know what's so special about this glitter? It's BIODEGRADABLE and made from plant cellulose instead of plastic! It takes about 90 days to degrade. Now that's pretty sweet!
Check out ecostardust.com to learn more and to see their wide range of gorgeous glitters!
Dada and the two older girls were napping at the time, so it was the perfect opportunity for Freya and I to do some photos together using the cool light beams coming in through the bedroom window.
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These self-portraits I did with Freya fill my heart with soooo much happiness! I am so in love with the love and joy I captured in these moments and I want to share the love with you. Soooo I have an awesome special! Starting now for a LIMITED TIME (until the end of April), I am offering Mommy and Me In-Home Cuddle Sessions! Yayyyy!
These sessions will be full of love--hugs, kisses, cuddling, etc. on your couch, maybe on the floor cuddled in a blanket, or wearing cozy jammies in bed. There are no rules except to appreciate and love on mama!
Mama’s, I wanna celebrate you and all the amazing things you do!
Sessions are 15 minutes long and take place in your home, they come with an online gallery, and 5 digital downloads (with print release) of your choice--$75. A $25 non-refundable reservation fee is due at the time of booking/signing of client agreement. (Prints and extra digital images can be purchased for an additional fee.) The remaining balance is due the day of the session.
Celebrate Mother’s Day early and let me capture the love that you and your kiddos have for each other!
Have questions or want to book? Shoot me a message using the contact form here on my site or an email at
My girlies and I had a kiss-fest to celebrate Valentine's Day.
I made sure to take some photos before I got covered in kisses. :P
I don't even want to admit it, but I completely forgot to do this week's self-portrait up until super late Sunday night right before I went to bed hahaha. Whoops!
The light coming in the windows this morning was so on point that taking self-portraits was one of the first things I did after I waking up.