Wednesday by Leah: Sick Day(s)

Wednesday by Leah: Sick Day(s)

BabyRoX has been incredibly healthy since birth. He ran his first-ever fever at 12 months. It was roseola, which didn’t seem to affect him in the slightest. High fever for a couple days, then a non-itchy red rash broke out. He didn’t act like he felt bad. Then a week...

Wednesday by Leah: Swarmed

Wednesday by Leah: Swarmed

On Saturday night, Mark and I were supposed to go to a super awesome Halloween party. But first, he had an engagement shoot outdoors in the beautiful fall weather. I was looking forward to a fun night out. My parents were looking forward to a fun night with their grandson....

Wednesday by Leah: Being my own best friend

Wednesday by Leah: Being my own best friend

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 beautiful, tasteful photos and also...

rain | by +elaine

rain | by +elaine

this has been a strange week. but I’ll take strange. wholeheartedly. with open arms. and be glad. because while my week has been filled with introspection and taking stock and appreciating the people in my life, people I know are having a tragic week. a week filled with loss and...

Wednesday by Leah: It’s Like Pooping

Wednesday by Leah: It’s Like Pooping

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. And really, it felt like...

Wednesday by Leah: Delayed Cord Clamping

Wednesday by Leah: Delayed Cord Clamping

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 the placenta has not yet...

Food Photography with the Intern Army

Food Photography with the Intern Army

– Posted by Mark Last Monday the Intern Army and I photographed some food in the studio. Now you’ve probably noticed – we don’t photograph products or food around here that often – so it’s definitely not one of our ‘specialties’. However – this has been a very interesting and...

Healing Yourself – chiropractic care | +jo

Healing Yourself – chiropractic care | +jo

{images and text by +jo} I know last week I kinda threw out a lot of stuff and one biggie was that I don’t have the greatest health. I never really have. I’m not saying it’s something as big as cancer but there has always been -something- wrong. Sometimes I...

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