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Capturing the Moments that Matter Most

Hey guys, it’s Anna, and I love how photos are basically like a form of time travel. Seriously! You’re able to capture a specific moment in time. Whether it’s the shot of your kids taking a break from fighting to play in a pile of leaves together or the first dance at your wedding. These moments have so much life and emotion in them. Those are the moments that matter. And when you really capture them, they should be celebrated and remembered. …

How to Host a Kid-Friendly New Year’s Eve Party

Whether you’re planning a New Year’s Eve celebration for the immediate family or including a dozen of your closest friends and their children, a kid-friendly party doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, it can be far more entertaining than an adults-only soiree! Incorporate some of these nine ideas to keep the evening fun for all ages. 1. Let’s Get Things Poppin’ If your New Year’s Party is all about the kiddos, it helps to have an action plan so …

6 Gender Neutral Nurseries That Will Inspire You

You don’t have to wait until the baby is born to start decorating that nursery – even if you’ve asked the doctor to keep the forthcoming child’s gender a secret. A gender-neutral nursery allows even more room for creativity when it comes to decor; the only limits are your own imagination. Here are six adorable inspiration rooms and ideas to help get those creative juices flowing. 1. Rainbow Polka Dots Even if you opt for all-white walls, you don’t have …

The Days Are Long, But The Years Are Short

  “‘Oh,” says the smiling, grandmotherly woman. “Enjoy that little one. The days are long, but the years are short.’” I’d been a parent for all of two weeks when a well-meaning person first said the old adage that every parent eventually hears. “Oh,” says the smiling, grandmotherly woman. “Enjoy that little one. The days are long, but the years are short.” In the depths of those first few months of my daughter’s life, bleary-eyed, desperately trying to figure out …