Telling a Story

Everyone has a story...

I don't mean a big, dramatic, heart-wrenching story...I just mean that everyone's life journey is different...we don't have to get into the whole "nurture versus nature" debate, but, I think we can agree that depending on lots of inside & outside "forces", we all "turn out" in our own way...

I often forget this...

I'm so busy taking pictures of my girls' soccer games, birthday parties, and our family vacations that I forget that they...

love to read,
play dolls,
ride on scooters,
played Chopped in the kitchen
and the list goes on...

His mom didn't forget about those seemingly insignificant details of her boy...

She knew that his love for paper airplanes and boy scouts is something that drives him...makes him WHO he is...and she didn't want to forget, or miss a thing...

We spent just a short while together, but he was able to BE in those moments...sure we posed for a few, but for the most part, we told him to just do what you do...be who you are...whatever that it is in the little moments...in this particular season of life...

I need to do this with my own girls now...

enjoy...









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