It’s been a long time. A VERY long time. There’s been quite a lot of activity over here that has caused the mega pause in posting, updating, facebook-ing [Yes. I made up a word. But I think it's a good one, no?], or any sort of communication at all. But I assure you… we are here and it’s all for good reason. Since our last post we have been non-stop shooting, have traveled to the east coast and mid-west, moved to a bigger and better space, and are currently preparing for our biggest adventure yet!
Any guesses? Yep. That’s right. We are expecting our first child! Needless to say we are BEYOND OVER THE MOON THRILLED!!!
Pregnancy has been, for the most part, an incredible and joyous experience. There’s nothing better than feeling your little one kick and move, and watching your belly grow and change. And don’t get me started on the pure excitement that runs through your entire being the morning of a sonogram appointment! The first time we saw our little pea [that's what we nick-named baby since he/she was the size of a pea when we first found out we were pregnant] I was brought to tears. My heart was flooded with pure joy and excitement. I swear I saw my husband start to tear up too. Though, if you ever tell him that, he will most likely deny any sort of thing ever happening. It was a twinkle of excitement. Not a tear.
Our little one is due in early June. And we are happily knee deep in nursery planning, gear researching, and house prepping! I love design, so the move + the addition of getting to plan a nursery has been complete heaven to me! Although, I have found it more difficult than ever to make final design decisions now. I “blame” this on the pregnancy.Once it’s all done I’ll be sure to document it in it’s entirety and of course, share with you how it turned out!
In the meantime, we have tons of images form last year [in addition to the ones above] to share + I might even post an occasional few of my remaining pregnancy journey [now that I am finally showing!].
* I am still shooting maternity and family sessions through the end of April and newborn shoots through mid May. However, post production times may be longer than usual due to baby.