[Stella & Dot outfit of the week:: Relic Statement Necklace // Pave Chevron Ring // bracelet stack // Stitchfix top // Gap jeans // Sole Society booties (last year)]
[2 month check-up]
[reading time with baby]
[field trip to the Center for Puppetry Arts]
[parents’ night out at the Tabernacle]
[Chase Rice concert]
[gameday – 8 weeks apart]
I’m not sure how it’s already mid-November, but I suspect that having a 2-month-old may have something to do with time flying by in the blink of an eye lately. This month is the busiest time of the year for my photography business, and this week, I had 7 sessions that kept me incredibly busy. Needless to say, I need more hours in the day to get everything done! But I couldn’t be more thankful for the continued support of my business from repeat clients, referral clients, friends, and family. I feel incredibly blessed that it worked out for me to work from home, and in addition to that, be doing what I love. I couldn’t be more happy that I don’t have to spend these next couple weeks preparing to go back to work full-time and be away from my darling baby. The days can be tiresome and long, but I wouldn’t trade them for the world.
In addition to lots of fall photo sessions, we did have some fun things going on. Leighton turned 2 months old, we took our family Christmas photos (thanks to the help of my mom and a tripod), and I took my mom and Leighton back to my old workplace (the Center for Puppetry Arts) for the members only preview of the brand new Museum that was just completed, and it was better than I could have imagined! If you’re in Atlanta, it’s a definite must-see.
Craig and I also got to go out on Thursday for a night of dinner, drinks, and country music with my brother and our friend Hunter (we missed you, Lauren!). We had so much fun that night, but it was hard not to miss our girl, even just for a few hours. We were home by midnight and I was up just a couple hours later to feed Leighton, but we wouldn’t have had it any other way.
Craig went to Auburn on Saturday for the Georgia game, and I stayed in town with L due to having a couple make-up photo sessions. I spent part of the game day with some friends and their babies, and we capped off the night with Mexican once Craig made it back in town. And although it was a boring game, I can’t go without saying “Go Dawgs!” So glad we managed to get a W this week! Here’s looking forward to a week of photo sessions, family time, and prepping for Thanksgiving travel!