while another intern season winds down, and a new round of applications ramps up, there are changes upon changes happening at LeahAndMark. exciting, necessary ones. ones that you just may want to be a part of. new plans, new faces, and things moving in a … Continue readingtake off
So last week, our awesome new website was inundated with boudoir photos. My mom wasn’t too pleased with this. My best gal pal was also concerned. (Love y’all both!) While some may view boudoir as risqué, I think our team did a great job taking … Continue readingWednesday by Leah: Being my own best friend
A few days before BabyRoX was born, Mark and I went to pick up some baby items we needed. It was during this shopping trip that I discovered the NoseFrida. It’s basically a straw/tube thing that parents can use to suck snot out of their kid’s nose. “Gross!!,” … Continue readingWednesday by Leah: Did I do that?
I’m often asked questions about cloth diapering. There is TONS of information online about the various cloth diapering options, and it can definitely be overwhelming. What works for our family might not be the best option for yours, but I’m going to do a post … Continue readingWednesday by Leah: Cloth Diapering
I’ve have lots of names. lainie, e, shorty, laine brain, nain. and now I’m +elaine. and I like it. getting an updated portfolio together had me sifting through all my intern shoots. and reviewing what I had in my portfolio before. hard to believe there … Continue readingretro | intro -spective | by +Elaine
So I know I already wrote about my homebirth experience, and talked a little about what labor and birth were like… but now that I’m out of that initial post-birth haze, I thought I’d share a bit more about what giving birth actually FELT like. … Continue readingWednesday by Leah: It’s Like Pooping
It’s standard practice at most hospitals to clamp and cut the umbilical cord very soon after the baby is born. This practice was likely started because you can’t move the baby very far from the mother when the cord is still attached – especially if … Continue readingWednesday by Leah: Delayed Cord Clamping
– Posted by Leah This popped up in my Facebook feed yesterday: So, for those of you not up-to-date on your breastfeeding literature, this is a take on the common “Tips for Nursing in Public” that is found all over the place for new moms. … Continue readingWednesday by Leah: Nursing In Public
Before I became a mom, I promised myself I would make self-care a priority. I can’t be a good mom if I’m exhausted/unhealthy/unhappy, right? Makes perfect sense. I did a great job of taking care of myself throughout my pregnancy. I rested when I felt … Continue readingWednesday by Leah: Before and After
Posted by +Debra I recently traveled without my baby for the first time ever. It was a tough decision, and in alot of ways it was a tough time being away. As a breastfeeding mom the idea of being away from my baby for … Continue readingAdvanced Breastfeeding: Traveling Without Your Baby
– Posted by Leah If you are a sleep-deprived parent, please don’t read this blog post! Everyone else – I am happy to report that I’m getting a decent amount of sleep! Which is probably the biggest surprise of this parenting adventure for me. I … Continue readingWednesday by Leah: Sleep!
– Posted by +Jo A few months back I was contacted by LeeAnn about doing a maternity shoot in Arkansas. Eventually, through many texts and emails, it was decided there would be maternity, birth and new born sessions. Man was this crazy to plan. And … Continue readingJoelle’s Birth by +Jo