Monday’s Moment

A single moment captured in a photograph. Candid and fleeting, this will always be a special moment in time…

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Do you remember the days of your childhood when you were just so exhausted you fell asleep right then and there? For our little Reed, he found the perfect spot for a nap sprawled out on the coffee table. I guess he heard firm mattresses are good for the back!

XO,
N&N

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Monday’s Moment

A single moment captured in a photograph. Candid and fleeting, this will always be a special moment in time…

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//Our inseparable trio

Biggest down to littlest with popsicle-smudged faces and little hands in desperate need of a scrub… the messier the better.

XO,
N&N

Monday’s Moment

A single moment captured in a photograph. Candid and fleeting, this will always be a special moment in time…

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//Our oldest whispering sweetly to our wee littlest one…

We are having another baby, friends!

Grant and I feel well and truly blessed to be expecting our fourth child in early July, and are so very pleased to share the news with our readers. How spontaneous and glorious life can be when it ignores your flim-flam of indecision and intervenes!

XO,
N&N

Monday’s Moment

A single moment captured in a photograph. Candid and fleeting, this will always be a special moment in time…

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In the early hours of the morning, as we scuttled all around preparing breakfast, packing lunches and organizing backpacks, there they sat quietly. Our two beautiful sons, poised and working peacefully in concert, one note at a time…

XO,
N&N

Monday’s Moment

A single moment captured in a photograph. Candid and fleeting, this will always be a special moment in timeā€¦

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What a joy it is to have siblings! Always someone to play with, to hug, to snuggle and to protect…an ally with whom you whisper secrets, share funny faces, laughs and a plethora of inside jokes and codes that only your brother or sister could crack.

As our two eldest children, Alina and Finnlagh (or 6 and 4, as we like to call them), do nearly everything together. On warm, bright mornings such as these, being 6 and 4 can work very well to their advantage. There is visiting the many birds and turtles on the lake, picking up special breakfast at the market with Papa (while Mama stays back to care for baby Reed) and impromptu stops such as this one– time to hold each other close, to beam and to radiate with affection for one another as only siblings can.