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A Harvest Mantra

The hours between five and seven seem to rush by at hyperspeed. Prep dinner. Cook dinner. Allow toddler to “help.” Clean up toddler’s “helping.” Prevent toddler from eating all of the ingredients while “helping.” Try to fend off toddler while you stir the pot on the stove, open the oven […]

52 Project

20/52

Frolicking in the clover fields for Mother’s Day. A blogger I’ve long followed and admired has taken part in a year-long photo challenge where she posts one photo of her kiddos per week. One portrait from her nice camera that she’s taken the time to select, edit and caption, post on her […]

Life on the Farm

Life on the Farm: Vol. 14

Life on the Farm this spring has been weird. It feels like we’re all in limbo- just sitting around waiting for the sun to come. And in a way, we are. It’s been so wet the farmers can’t hardly go out into the field without getting stuck. They can’t spray, […]

52 Project

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Thinking he’s pretty big stuff driving the forklift with Papa. A blogger I’ve long followed and admired has taken part in a year-long photo challenge where she posts one photo of her kiddos per week. One portrait from her nice camera that she’s taken the time to select, edit and caption, post […]

Family

Follow the Child

The other day Emmett and I stopped by my in-law’s house to welcome them home from their recent trip back east. I had gotten him pretty excited about seeing Nana, so when she wasn’t home and we had to get back into the car pretty quickly, his little face just fell […]

Life on the Farm

Life on the Farm: Vol. 11

It’s the end of January and pretty much still the middle of what’s turning out to be a formidable winter, but the last few days on the farm have been absolutely beautiful. Warm air, green grass, the bright golden sun, especially at that afternoon golden hour. Breathtaking. Monday afternoon Emmett and I […]