I’ve known David since early high school days and he’s never ceased to amaze with his musical talents. He moved over to the States to pursue his love and passion for music quite a few years ago so it was awesome to catch up with him while he was recently back in Sydney. We had a bit of fun doing something different on film, affectionately described as my shoot of the ‘stylish talented man in nature’ haha! Happy Monday everyone!
It’s been a crazy beautiful start to the year with some gorgeous sessions and weddings in the past few weeks and we are just coming up for a breather now. Thank you so much to all the fine folk who met us at One Fine Day, we appreciated your time, smiles and conversation more than you know. Definitely looking forward to getting to know some of you more during the course of the year!
This is just a quick note to say we will be in New Zealand for a short little family holiday in the next week. Can’t wait! Looking forward to the cooler climate, beautiful scenery, and….um…Fergberger! We will try and keep up with emails where we can, but please be patient with us if things are a little slower than usual.
Also, Happy Chinese New Year too for all who celebrate the turn of the Lunar calendar. Much love from our little family to yours! xo
I had been out for a yoga class and felt a bit guilty as I often do when leaving Joel with both boys, so my heart melted when I came home to find this (as well as a very tired husband who pretty much fell asleep as soon I walked in the door). A beautiful close to this January project, and I’m a little sad to leave it behind. This one month of documentary discipline has provided so many opportunities to reflect and give thanks, and to treasure these moments that change all too fast.
Thank you for sharing in this journey with me, I’m pretty sure I’ll be back next Jan for more! xo
Once a month or so, the stars align and you begin to think it’s not so tough after all. We managed a family brunch date in a cute cafe and our dear little Luke lay happily on the padded bench and fell asleep straight after he was wrapped. I looked on in disbelief. Thankful for days like these; some respite from the usual drain and a quiet hope that a new milestone has been reached although that may all disappear tomorrow. I’m being taught so much by my kids. About patience, and focus, and just being honestly present in the moments that they share with you whether awake or asleep. Happysigh.
Caterpillar eyebrows. They crack me up. So does his pout. And the way he tries to suck on his daddy’s nose when he’s looking for food. Oh, I love this gorgeous little expressive face. I can’t believe he is still so new in every way and we have so much more to learn of him – and from him. I don’t think Jesse will ever remember life without him and that’s kind of nice too…togetherness is such a beautiful thing.