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Feb 13, 2020

Every single year February and March roll around and before I know it, I’m having to think about booking camping sites and summer camps for the kids. It’s hard to do while we’re still in the depths of winter, but the reality is that if you wait too long, the good summer camps for the […]

Kid Summer Camps in Edmonton That We Love

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Family, Personal

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Feb 7, 2020

I’m on a mission.  To make school photos not suck.  I mean.  Come on.  You should not order photos just because you haaaaaaave to, even though they are groan-inducing.  We can do better, right? RIGHT! 🙌 Oh, friend! School photos can be full of personality, modern and timeless all at the same time, and most of all, fun. […]

Introducing: Fine Art School Photos

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Schools

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Jan 30, 2020

Although I photograph a lot of first-time parents, it’s actually very common for me to receive an email that goes something along the lines of: This is our second baby and we also have a toddler who is VERY busy. For our first baby, we did newborn photos in a studio, but we cannot even […]

My top tips for newborn sessions with siblings

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Baby, Newborn

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Jan 21, 2020

Ready for a fresh batch of my favourite things? Here it is… A quick roundup of my favourite finds this month that are too good to keep to myself. APP Last fall I fell down the rabbit hole of researching my sleep. I wasn’t waking up rested and I was on a mission to figure […]

Fiddle Leaf Finds – January 2020

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Fiddle Leaf Finds

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Dec 19, 2019

You’re busy, I get it. So am I. So, today I’m sharing 3 super easy kid-approved Christmas activities that you can with very little prep (I’m talking no extra trip to the store!). This December we’ve been doing a Christmas activity advent calendar. Honestly, I probably took on a bit too much work (classic overcompensation!), […]

3 SUPER easy kid-approved Christmas Activites

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Family

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Nov 27, 2019

Shall we have a serious moment of truth today? I’ve struggled with my body for as long as I can remember. I fought against it from the moment it became a conscious thought in my brain. I ate plain tuna and rice for meals on end. I exercised for hours. I drank more water…..less water….lemon […]

Boudoir Black Friday

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Emerge Intimates

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Nov 19, 2019

You did it! You’ve just had a baby. Phew! But now….. Now you have to look presentable for photos. WHAT? 😱 You’re still getting into a routine, have no idea which way is up, feel like your body isn’t your own and have eaten eggs for the last 6 meals. (Ok, maybe the egg thing […]

How to prepare for your newborn pictures

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Baby, Newborn

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Nov 13, 2019

Is there anything better than cracking open the spine of a big, beautiful book? It’s a feeling and sound that I absolutely love. We live in this digital world where so much of what we read and see is pixels on screens, so there’s something to be said for tangible ink on paper. The smell. […]

4 photography coffee table books for non-photographers

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Uncategorized

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Nov 6, 2019

It’s only November, but as there’s now snow on the ground and the fall rush is over, it’s actually feeling much like January.  I’m feeling the need to evaluate, plan for the future and try new things. I have a ton of ideas in the works for 2020 (dare I say too many things? Probably!) […]

Fiddle Leaf Finds – November

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Fiddle Leaf Finds

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Oct 24, 2019

That was the question I asked myself. I’ve done projects in the past where I try to find a tiny slice of beauty during the pre-dinner hour. But in the morning? Before school? That’s the definition of crazy around our house. I’m still drinking coffee. The kids can take a while waking up. The light […]

Is it really possible to find beauty in the chaos?

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Personal, Personal Projects, Uncategorized

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