Thanksgiving this year was quite the event. With 4 thanksgiving meals over a period of 3 days, you could say this mama is stuffed! It really was a wonderful time with family and just being together. There is so much to be thankful for — the surprise of two little babies growing in my belly, a handsome-loving-patient-and godly husband, a beautiful little girl who constantly rocks our socks off, and for our families who are a constant blessing to us. Most of all, I am thankful for His grace, which allows me to be called a daughter of God. Without His grace, this life would be meaningless.
greg, dhara, aunt beth + snowball. bethany beach, delaware
dhara and I on the sand
talk about amazing clouds! we spent a beautiful morning on the beach
[The photos above were taken at the beach this past Thanksgiving weekend. The Dhara-girl and Greg couldn’t leave without getting their toes wet in the freezing Atlantic.]
There’s so much I’ve wanted to post about, but the last few weeks have been a blur. Photoshoots and sewing up some sweet baby goods have seemed to take up my time. I’m hoping to post more on the photoshoots later this week. A few weeks ago, Greg and I were Susie Mey vendors at a local consignment sale at a synagogue in Baltimore. We met some neat people and made connections. The best connection and what I’m most excited to say is — if you live in or are visiting the downtown Baltimore area, you can find Susie Mey goods (like bibs, swaddling blankets and wool hair clips) at Soft & Cozy Baby — Baltimore’s natural baby boutique owned and operated by one of my midwives! Awesome stuff.