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You Can’t Get the Time Back

by SomeGirl on September 10, 2012 · 8 comments

You can’t get the time back. That is a thought that has run through my mind many times as a parent of young children… You can’t get the time back. When my oldest son was 5 and we had recently moved to a new city with a new baby, I kept him out of preschool […]

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Disney World and LegoLand

by SomeGirl on May 26, 2012 · 2 comments

We’re on the road from the Orlando area, heading toward Pensacola for a few days of R&R on the beach and by the pool… We’ve had an amazing time at Disney World and LegoLand! Here are a few highlights from our trip so far… (top row left to right ) We started our time in […]

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On a Personal Note…

by SomeGirl on March 20, 2012 · 4 comments

Well, we’re not officially on Spring Break here in our homeschool, but I’m going on a short vacation from photography Wednesday. Photography tips from Blissdom will continue next week… Soon you’ll hear what I learned from the amazing Me Ra Koh, as well as, the awesome Diane Cu from the blog White on Rice Couple. […]

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Don’t miss this…   Because of this…   They grow up way too fast…   And you can’t get the time back.   Something important to think about…    

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Live In The Moment (a note to myself)

by SomeGirl on August 30, 2011 · 12 comments

Don’t miss the joy of this… by letting your mind be preoccupied with this… Live in the moment and enjoy every second of it! Time is fleeting… And the computer will still be there when you’re done. ;) (A note to myself as I enter the world of Pinterest.) ——– For more living in the […]

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While I prefer candid shots of children doing things they enjoy, I realize that some people (family in particular) would like to have posed pictures to frame. So, at the request of a friend, here are a few tips for shooting portrait photos of your children (or grandchildren)… (For this experiment I switched from my […]

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