This time of year is so difficult when you have restless kiddos and they can’t go outside for long. And we are trying to limit their television and ipad time. Thursdays are my days off and my little one stays home with me. Then my oldest gets off the bus at 11:45am. Yes you read it correct… 11:45AM!!!!! The day can be long, so yesterday I told them we could blow up the bounce house at my studio. I did have to take them with me to the dentist first. They were so good while I got my teeth cleaned. Aubrey, my youngest, sat next to the hygienist and watched and giggled the entire time.
After we headed to the studio. Aubrey is turning 3 in a few weeks so I knew I wanted to get a few portraits of her first. But Hayden wanted to get her photos taken too. Ummm yes!!! A child who actually wants her portrait taken now… I’ve died and gone to heaven! They both were so good. I only had to bribe them with Reece Cups and goldfish! Hayden is truly becoming a natural in front of the camera – she literally poses and moves and it is blowing my mind. And Aubrey, she just tilts her head and smiles and ooh my, I just can’t even take it. I know she’ll be a pro like her big sister in no time.
These past few weeks leading up to Aubrey turning 3 I’ve been getting so emotional. They both have gotten so big. My dad always told me how quickly time goes by once you have children. This year I’m going to do my best to not overwork myself and just enjoy my time with them and my husband. They’re at such fun ages I don’t want to miss anything!
Here are the few I had a chance to edit. We did a few other setups too, but these right here are the ones that stole my heart. And then a few of them in the bounce house after haha!
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