Thursday, October 13, 2016

Throwback Thursday with Connor

In a little over 2 weeks we will be celebrating Connor. It blows my mind that we are going to be parents to a 4 year old. Where has the time gone? Time has flown by these last 4 years and I'm in awe of the fact that I get to be this little guy's Momma. Sure we have our struggles but 99.8%, he is the single brightest part of our lives. I couldn't imagine doing life with anyone but James and Connor. They are the best part of our trio for sure.

We brought home this tiny baby, one that we were 100% responsible for. I remember thinking I'll never be what I need to be as a Mom. The shoes were to big for me to fill. Oh how I was wrong. Everything in life had led me to be the person, the mother I am to Connor. I've never loved James more than I do now, as the father to our only child. Seeing him with Connor is a blessing I am thankful for daily. Parenting has been one wild ride but one that I'd buckle up for time and time again. 

With Connor's big day fast approaching I wanted to dedicate a post to all things Connor and share photos from this year that truly speak to Connor's personality. I have never meet a child as "smiley" as CJ. And I have to admit, it's one of my favorites. 
I love photographing every day life and hope that one day Connor appreciates these photos as much as we will. I don't have a ton of photos of myself as a child so I've made the commitment to give Connor more than his fair share of photos to look through. The only thing I'm missing are the embarrassing photos to show future girlfriends but I'm fairly confident his teen years will give me plenty to share. So for the next 2 weeks, I'm going to soak up every minute of Connor being 3 and cherish the idea of him being a toddler for a bit longer. I'm not ready for him to be "big" and "grown up" just yet.




Thank you to each and every one of you who joined us for The Picture Perfect Project. While we all love showcasing our photography on our blogs, the hosts have decided to wrap up this series. With that in mind, we hope continue snapping those photos and sharing them via your blogs and social media. We hope you had fun with this project and we wish you the happiest of holiday seasons this year. 


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