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moments that matter {photographing your children}

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and i promised i would take more photos along the way.  and that i would look for ways to make work include more play.

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and so we finished a family portrait session, and i packed the camera.  and then i unpacked it, and grabbed a light, and photographed our own,  plus friends.

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and then i packed the camera and i soaked in what is real, and what matters in this moment.  because it is also what will matter for eternity.

 

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from one mama to another (or to a sister, or a daughter, or a friend…) – promise to capture the moments, k?

 

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brothers, and what matters. {tampa family photographer}

“e. gave me this baseball,” he said.  “see those crosses?  those are for Jesus and the two other guys that died beside Him.”

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“it’s really awesome.  i cried at one point, because i felt like i had to.  i was really happy because he gave me the baseball, and i was really sad remembering about the guy who didn’t believe Jesus.  i didn’t cry because of that, but i should’ve.”

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“it was tears of joy.  he cried tears of joy because of the ball and because of Jesus.”

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“we were playing softball and i knew i was gonna give him the baseball.  it came to my mind, ‘maybe i should share this with him.'”

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“i took a pink marker first and wrote it but it faded, so i wrote over it.  then i went out and told him the story and he cried.  and we hugged, and then i cried.  then we both cried.”

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over the years we’ve heard people ask us as a family, “are you done yet?”  i’ve heard the comment “i could never have that many kids,” more times than i can count.  and i always respond that i can’t imagine any of them being deprived the blessing of the others.  this is why.

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