Category Archives: Snappin’
My lovely little sister came for a visit this weekend, and taught us how to do light painting.
She has this rad job where she gets paid toView full post »
The lowest, rock-bottom point in my postpartum anxiety battle was a quiet afternoon, as I rocked my then 9 month old daughter in her darkView full post »
Summertime just screams “BEAUTIFUL PICTURES!” to me. So did our Carnival cruise. In fact, when I told Carnival we’d beView full post »
I’ve been shooting with a Canon camera and lenses for almost 5 years now, so naturally I was pumped to work with them on a post toView full post »
This is the homepage of MYHABIT today.
Don’t you want to hate me right now? I want to hate me right now. Posing in our matchingView full post »
After years of anguish (see here and here), it seems Leyna has finally come to terms with the reality that is the field of bluebonnetsView full post »
Somedays I don’t know why he puts up with me. He knows now that when I say it’s time for our annual torture fest- pictures inView full post »
I never really thought I was attached to Texas when I lived here the first time (actually 2nd time, I couldn’t really remember beingView full post »
Every now and then someone will question or comment about why I don’t write and share more about Leyna.
Listen, I promise she’sView full post »
Blinkbuggy, an app I’ve written about before and love, is launching a rad new feature soon, and they’ve sponsored this post soView full post »
I get questions from time to time about how I edit my photos, both my DSLR ones (more coming soon!) AND the ones I post in Instagram that IView full post »
Suzanne is blowing my mind with her 365 photo project. She’s making it look so easy that I asked her to write about it for me… I meanView full post »
When our dog Bruno had to wear the cone of shame for any reason (and there were many), he would just… sit there. Motionless. Shifty eyes. IView full post »
I truly believe the (not so) secret to getting images that WOW from your DSLR camera is to force yourself to learn how to shoot in manual.View full post »
I got it for him the Christmas before? After? we got married. It was $15 at H&M.
It was an afterthought. A random thing I picked up soView full post »
I bought my first pair of snow boots ever last month, right after we booked a cabin in Tahoe. Because Tahoe and snow boots, right? If notView full post »
This home has considerably more wall space than our last one, which is equal parts exciting and overwhelming.
On one hand, I can’tView full post »
I’ve been itching to get the kids rooms done since the day we moved in. The way my brain works, it’s like the reverse of if youView full post »
This is one of the last pictures I took with our old point and shoot camera, about 4 years ago, right before I received my first DSLR as anView full post »
While the pictures we are using to sell our house depict this place as “Pinterest Perfect,” clean, bright, and fresh, they areView full post »
My oldest child is only 6 years old, but technology has changed so much since he was born. The majority of the photos I took of him as aView full post »
Lessons learned for me going forward because yes, I definitely want to go back. Soon!
Here are some things I would do again:
ScheduleView full post »
I took my 6 year old son and my mom on a short trip to Disney World last week, and came home with a notebook full of tips and tricks IView full post »
I’ve been MIA because last week was bananas. The short story is I spent the first half of the week at Disney World (!!!111) and theView full post »
We live in Texas. It’s bluebonnet season. I’m a photographer. I have children.
This is inevitable. Bluebonnet pix 2014,View full post »
Just a hefty dose of cute here, nothing more. It’s Friday. Let’s celebrate with a story of a boy and his dog.
It begins with aView full post »
“How do you keep your house so clean?”
I get this a lot, which is highly laughable. While I would say we have managed to keepView full post »
Lowell is officially on the move. Fastest little crawler this side of the Rio Grande. Up on all fours, moving with a mission. He reminds meView full post »
Canon 6D & Sigma 35 1.4 lens, 160 SS, f/5.0, ISO 3200
Kendall: “Hey mom, look… I lost my other top tooth.”
Me:View full post »
Once again, for the 2nd year in a row, I was faced with an impossible challenge. I am a judge for the BirthPhotographers.com Image Of TheView full post »
Half a year with this guy. Unbelievable.
Pics taken with my Canon 6D and Sigma 35 1.4 lens. View full post »
I now have 2 favorite lenses for my Canon 6D DSLR. Okay, I only have 2 lenses for it, but I love them both equally for differentView full post »
I’ve seen him roll over both ways a couple times, so I know he’s capable of it. He doesn’t do it often, though.
I thinkView full post »
Babies don’t keep, but laundry also does not do itself.
So while I’ve been busy soaking in every moment with this adorableView full post »
Sometimes the stress of getting card-worthy family pictures is enough to make us want to draw stick figures in Paint, I know. But beforeView full post »
When I started blogging 6 years ago, I never, ever, ever thought more than a handful of people would read it. And I never intended thatView full post »