Passing By

I can hardly believe it is November. It feels like just a few weeks ago it was my niece Addison’s 1st birthday, and then people were talking about how they can’t wait for fall because of the pumpkin spice latte craze, and now it’s less than 3 weeks until thanksgiving!

Because of this quick season changing space-time continuum, we have been spending a lot of time outside, soaking in all this amazing humid-free weather.
It doesn’t happen often on the gulf coast, so we’ve learned to take it all in while we can.

I recently had the joy of receiving my grandmas porch furniture. I have so many sweet memories sitting on these pieces, and to now have them at my own home, getting used with my own children, is such a wonderful treat.

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I really love the holiday season, but I’m not ready to give up this great weather. Although, I suppose it doesn’t normally get cold until January anyways :)

2 Thoughts on “Passing By

  1. I always love the photographs you share. I also love how free you are with the girls and paint. I wish I was HALF as carefree with paint and Graycie. I need you to come over here and train me. I guess some of Helenas crazy cleanliness has rubbed off on me! Who’s the little punk standing shirtless by the ocean with my niece?

    • That sweet precious boy is Jairus. He’s more of an anti-punk-protector.
      Just DO IT – put her in her panties in the backyard and give her the beautiful artistic freedom you had and LOVED as a kid (and adult). I don’t think I saw you wear a shirt anytime at home while growing up- fair and equal treatment ;)

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