by gillian claire: October 2013



happy halloween!


portraits of roman.

roman and i had a little date the other day. panera + thrift store shopping + a last stop at the foothills so that i could test out my rental lens. i only planned to try to grab a couple photos of my normally grouchy model but roman just lit up and wanted to continue to pose long after i was ready to be done. i know that he was soaking in the one on one attention and i was so happy to be with my biggest and wonderful boy. 
he truly is a wonderful and magical child. a round round face always lit up with happiness, a soft and cuddly boy who is always ready for love and affection.
i think it's safe to say that i am certainly in love with this boy.
and i'm convinced that 5 is just pretty much absolutely perfect.
IMG_5253-2IMG_5251-2IMG_5163IMG_5177IMG_5223-2IMG_5224-2IMG_5242IMG_5265-2the photo shoot i had with roman one year ago here. much different backdrop. ;)

baby wearing.

( indiana, september 2012 )
remembering some favorite baby wearing photos to celebrate world baby wearing week.
baby wearing is something very special and near and dear to my heart.
also remembering that we all carry and "wear" our babies as mothers.
whether inside our bodies, in a sling or in our arms. ;)

portraits of asher.

IMG_4964-3IMG_4965-4IMG_4958-3nature's child.
(asher, october 1st)

be by ourselves, with friends only.

well, i'm really irked at my camera right now. and at canon. and at the world in general.
but i mean seriously, of course my camera equipment would start giving me a hard time before all my fall sessions come up in the next few weeks, why would i possibly expect any less?
not to be whiny, but don't things always happen at crucial times like this?
my phone and my hair straightener also broke this week. :(
seriously, so utterly frustrated.
but the good news is that we got a brand new huge amazing rug (seriously, the rug of my dreams) for $110 off toady. 
and i managed to find a few photos that i love amidst all the photo taking madness and fury that i've been experiencing lately while trying to pinpoint the problem. 
so here you go: poor quality photos from the resevoir the other evening -
mountain sunsets with birds flying over me just to add to the beautiful peacefulness of the moment. 
i really hate being so stressed when in the honest reality and scheme of things: none of this matters.
like roman says,
"i wish we could just live in the woods with no restaurants or anything nearby. we could get our own honey from our bee hives and grow our own food in our garden and just be by ourselves, with friends only."
mmm yes, if only.

IMG_4987IMG_5005IMG_4952(this one, sooc, i love how the little tiny evergreens look each night on the mountains against the sunset sky.
so, so pretty and perfect.)


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