This winter has been cold and brutal with the snow! This two dolls added some light and warmth to a cold day. I am so glad they came to brave the chill with me. Want to see more cutie pies, look at this gallery!
We have been hit hard here in the Northeast. No one is venturing out for much. It has been one storm after another and more snow expected on Tuesday! For sure we will make it to the snowiest winter on record for Boston. There is so much time left in winter, how could we not. But we are New Englanders, we need to teach our kids to be tough when it comes to snow! So we had a blast today playing in the snow and then brought some more inside to play kitchen with snow and food coloring. Then the ultimate was our snow volcano!
Here are some pictures of the fun! Check out some more of my artistic children portraits!
For many of us, it seems like life has been put on hold. There is so much snow, no one wants to leave the house, and at the same time we all have cabin fever! So in the middle of the latest snowstorm, Lucy and I went out to play in the snow! Snow Kitchen and building snow castles was just what the doctor ordered. Of course the shoveling at nap time was not!
Well, winter in New England can certainly be dismal sometimes. We have gotten so much snow with much more forecasted on the way! It is like we live in Antarctica! Before all the snow came, I set out to do a creative project and have gathered up a small group of great kids to model as something to have fun with. I wanted to do a segment on Grimm's fairy tales, the real ones! Something a little darker but still playful and fun. Here are the fruits of my labors. Also Abby's I might add since it was 20 degrees outside and she wore this cute little dress. You can see more of my creative children's photos in the Childrens Gallery!
Who can resist this time of year? The chill in the air, The colors of the leaves. Autumn is definitely my favorite season and my favorite time to do family photo shoots. I just love the vibrant colors and the playfulness of jumping in the leaves and the fun whimsical feeling that comes with it. Luckily this family totally agrees!