Happy 2018! I very much hope that your holidays were fun and full of family. I have to say, 2017 was an amazing year for my family. We took a huge leap and moved into a place we had always dreamed of. It’s been wonderful, but also one of the hardest transitions we’ve ever experienced. Β I’ve had to put photographing my own family on the very, very back burner and I am itching to pick up my camera again.

So I’ve decided to challenge myself for a whole year, 52 weeks of photos. Quite a few years ago, when my littlest was just a baby (she’s almost 10 now!) I took a photo of myself and my kids, every week, for an entire year. That was so much fun and I love looking back at those photos. While I hope to get in a lot of the photos this year, I’m going to just focus on the three kids. They’ve all agreed to join in on my challenge and allow me to post their photos, (asking a teen’s permission to post their photos is very important to me.) All three are growing like weeds and their friendship is unlike anything I’ve ever seen in children. I wanted to capture their relationship, one photo a week that truly shows how they feel about each other.

This first photo is a bit of a headshot, my kids, their gorgeous faces and gorgeous hearts!

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It’s been couple short weeks now since we welcomed Charlie into our lives. He’s a big, lovable, sweetheart of a lab. He’s our son’s dog and I’m so happy to see them bonding.

What else do you do when you move to the woods? You get a big dog!

Introducing…Charlie.

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  • Tana - Such a handsome dog. We should set up a play date for Charlie and Quinn.ReplyCancel