Ambrose Redmoon once wrote, “Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.” Today was about love and this family shawn bright like the sun. Thank-you for sharing your moment of love today with me Munro Family! You are forever in our prayers!
For those of you who don’t know Greta’s story, please click here to learn more. Little Greta was diagnosed with spinal sarcoma at Christmas time.She is just 5 years old and has a big challenge ahead of her. If you have any extra this year, consider donating to support her family through this difficult time.
I can’t believe it has already been 3 months since this little guy entered the world! I am finally blogging his story… This was a rare chance that I had to photograph this beautiful family for maternity, birth and newborn sessions. I will be blogging tomorrow from their maternity and newborn sessions.
Isn’t my husband talented? He has transformed our dreary, over crowded, hole in the wall kitchen, into an open, creative, dreamy space…
This project was first inspired by the kitchen table my Dad and Husband made for me a couple Christmas’ ago. It was big, and beautiful, and just didn’t fit in the tiny dining space we had. We decided to design our upper shelving with the live edge, just like our table. We chose white walls and cabinets to make the small area seem as big as possible. Our light was from West Elm and the tile we found from a discount place in Richmond. Newcastle Cabinets did a beautiful job on the cabinets! We were so thankful for their expert opinions and talent. Last but not least I must thank my Mom for all of shared knowledge on kitchen layouts, colour matching, and organization!
And I couldn’t resist adding some cuteness to his handy work.