InHome LIFESTYLE: Baby boy #2

When I entered their home, it felt like I was walking into a sacred place where the walls told stories and where legacies had been born.

They remodeled a 90 year old home...their forever home...a place where their stories add to the history...their lives are woven into the floorboards and ceilings...

if only the walls could talk...

If they could, I imagine, in future years you'd hear them say, 

"I remember the younger little man...when he entered the stage...ohhh, he was precious...
I remember his wide eyes and how his daddy would swaddle him tight..."

"Their oldest gentleman was indeed, a gentleman...
...such a sweet nature, with a smile that made you happy just to be in his presence..."

"I remember the quiet patience of their dear mother...the way she and her husband spoke with authority and yet such respect and kindness to their sons...

...even then, they were building character into their children..."

"I remember most the commitment and love that was evidenced on a daily basis...their steadfastness in a crazy world...what gifts they were to anyone they met"

I often wonder what the walls of my own home would say...watching us live day in and day out...
this sweet family plans for the future...they are purposeful in their parenting, thus creating safe boundaries where their boys learn to become men of integrity...slow to anger, quick to listen...

I was so impressed and felt so welcomed...it is an honor and joy to document this chapter of their story...















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