Join us at Ironworks Cafe & Market on December 8th from 9:30 – 11:30AM for Breakfast with Santa!
Mini Photo Sessions are $35 and you will receive up to 5 digital files for your own use. Reserve your spot ahead of time by paying for your session here!
Have your little ones photographed with Santa and/or in front of a beautiful Christmas backdrop.
$35 for up to 5 digital files. Max of 4 children. $10 for extra persons.
One of the neatest little dairy show events has to be the Western Jersey Junior Spring Show! My husband was invited to judge this show back in May and he asked for myself and our 3 children to join him for the trip to Canby OR. Continue reading
This weekend we took part in our 4th Annual Columbia Basin Fitting and Showing Challenge. Each year we set out on a mission to teach kids how to properly fit and show their 4H or FFA dairy projects. It’s a day and a half event packed with washing, clipping, showing, learning, meeting new people and for many kids stepping out of their comfort zones and pushing themselves to be better than they were the year before! Each year that we have put this on has been so different, but this year has been my favorite by far! Continue reading
There are two things I always challenge myself to avoid talking about: the weather and the speed of time. It’s something we all have in common and it’s so incredibly boring. So we’ll get those two out of the way real quick. Today we had a beautiful sunny day, the wind blew and the dust flew but looking at my images from today you’d never know it. And as for time, well our darling, sweet baby girl is nearing her 9th month of blessing us with her giggles and easy going disposition and I have no idea how it’s already been this long. Seriously, where has the time gone?! Continue reading
Cake smash sessions are delightfully messy and I don’t think anybody loves them as much as the one who is celebrating their first birthday! This week Jacob came to visit me, he brought a delicious looking cake, big brown eyes, a smile that just melted my heart and a very big appetite for a whole pile of sugary goodness. Continue reading
When I left Ontario to move to Othello with my husband I left behind three brothers, a sister and two sister in-laws (and my parents). Since then the family has grown, I’ve gained two rambunctious nephews, a spunky little niece and another little niece or nephew en route. My sister found herself a man and is engaged to be married AND my brother found himself a sweet lil something and is engaged to be married! All in the space of four years. Continue reading
This past weekend my husband and I packed up our three kids and headed over the mountain for the annual Washington State Holstein Convention. This year’s event was held at the Bellevue Hyatt, a gorgeous hotel, located in the midst of a tonne of amazing places to dine and shop. Anyone who knows which hotel I’m talking about, knows that it’s a place frequented by people in fancy cars, holding fancy job titles, who live fancy lifestyles. So basically not really people like us. Had we made the trip without our darling little bambinos we might have stood a chance at blending in! But then again I wouldn’t have a story to tell either. Continue reading