Childhood Unplugged

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We’re heading out to Arizona for the weekend and the realization that I only recently got around to posting about our last trip to AZ and have yet to post about our more recent trip outside of Sequoia has me up in arms. If time were a tangible thing, I’d be looking for it under the sofa cushions because it’s surely hiding somewhere around here.

In any event, I hope everyone has a lovely holiday weekend; complete with the slow passing of time, children who behave, and weather that reminds us that despite the beginning of the school year it is still, indeed, summer.

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4 Responses

  • bruised shins, wooden guns and cowboy boots are definitely the signs of a boys magical childhood. This is great. Glad you got to BBQ again in your favorite spot. Pat yourself on the back momma for getting out of the house to do something adventurous at all with those three boys! xo

  • your photographs have a magical quality to them. so beautiful … capturing sacred moments in what will surely be remembered by your boys as a dream-like childhood. having two boys of my own, i know that in reality-land these moments are punctuated by fights, whining, tears, yelling, and frustration … .. but the photographs depict something all together enchanted. i really enjoy watching your children grow up through your lens.

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