After much begging and a little nagging, I finally got my partner to agree to take a road trip to see what people are calling the Great American Eclipse. We decided to take a chance on a risky weather forecast. We drove to St. Joseph, Missouri, which turned out to be an interesting historical town. We were there for the eclipse, but we also visited the house where Jesse James was killed and drove around some really nice historic neighborhoods. Watch our video to find out how it turned out.
We do our best to get in a 20 minute walk every day and frequently we choose to go to a scenic location, most often the Boardwalk section of the Austin Hike & Bike Trail. It’s lovely and the little one sure seems to love it!
I never expected it to be so difficult to accomplish so few basic things in a day. This is precisely the reason it took a few days to accomplish taking our sweet baby’s 5 month birthday photos. But it finally happened and here they are…
My sweet rainbow baby turned 5 months old! So, of course, a photo session was in order. Her adorable rainbow tie-dye outfit was made by our friend Audrey at her Meet-the-Baby party where we asked friends to tie-dye outfit and clothing for her. Absolutely irresistible! And look! She’s sitting up now (mostly) on her own. We’re so proud of you, baby girl!
Since our latest addition arrived, I’ve started taking her for regular walks around my condo complex and I can’t help but notice the wide variety of flowers that bloom in our neighborhood. So I decided to capture them with my camera. So lovely!
The past couple months I’ve been working with Shakespeare ImprovEd, an all girls performance group putting on a site-specific production of Comedy of Errors this spring. Behind the house where we rehearse, there was a beautiful field of yellow flowers and I just couldn’t resist getting some quick shots of my little bunny. But she was quite grumpy after having been so patient through a long rehearsal. But sometimes that’s how it goes. Sometimes all you get is a Grumpy Bunny. Hope you enjoy!