Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Goodness

Just a little update.

I have started school.  Currently, I'm in week 3 of this semester.  It's been quite interesting, and trying to balance all my responsibilities with school has been a little overwhelming.  Nonetheless, I feel I'm getting the hang of it.  sort of....

I came into this knowing these two years are not going to be easy.  BUT I am determined to make it to the end.

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I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me "

Philippians 4:13

Monday, 1 September 2014

Yenni's Maternity Teaser

So I had a photo shoot with my fellow friend.  The same friend whose engagement, wedding, newborn, cakesmash, mother and daughter  I photographed. What can I say, she fuels my photography fire. Well, now she is expecting again.. yay!  So this time we had a  Family Maternity Shoot, and It was great.  Here is a small teaser of what is to come. 

Did I mention that I love this photograph of her. 

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 Ps today is my first day of school. Pray for me. 

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

In one minute.

Basically what happened today was that Benjamin discovered the one minute timer on my camera. Yep, he likes electronics. So naturally, He had loads of fun pushing the button and waiting for the "beeps" to go really fast, laughing his head off, and running back to press it again.  He took some good ones but quickly decided that he was not going to be patient and the rest were blurry, as you can imagine.

Benji so cute, guys. 
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On another note, I"m working on a family shoot I had last week. :)

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Muskoka

Four years ago beginning of September my husband and I, as newlyweds, explored the area of Muskoka. We fell in love with it, and vowed to return again.  Our wish finally came true this summer. Not only did we return, but we returned with a little package by the name of Benjamin, who had the greatest time ever.  You would think he was a descendant of the fish, by the way he loves water, and playing in it.  Unless of course, you offer him a bath during cartoon time.

I also brought along my mom... 
and my two younger sisters... 
and my brother in law...
and my sister in law...
and my cousin.

Basically it was family vacation.  We rented a small cabin at the Cleveland's House Family Resort.  I love that place. It has so much to do.  Swimming pools, gym, Golf, Tennis, movie night, the beach, canoes...Giant Checkers.. yes Giant checkers...AND just a few mins away is the most amazing bakery ever!  Abbeys Bake House is it's name, and it has the best brownies I have ever had, in life.  I'm dying for one right now, as I am remembering.  

Oh but the best part ever, is the water trampolines. It was the funnest and funniest thing ever. We had an amazing time just trying to push each other up on those things. I love swimming but that just took it to a whole other level.  I will never see the beach the same again.  ( Refer to bottom photo)

I was so sad when it was time to leave.  I wasn't ready to leave just yet, but I had too.  This place has a special place in my heart and I have wonderful memories there. We are definitely going back and this time I am not waiting another four years. 










They also have a water show every night by the Canadian Olympic Water Ski Team. 



Water park: 

Thursday, 14 August 2014

Mother of Three

No, I did not secretly have two other children, nor did I secretly adopt.  I did, however, babysit two little girls who belong to my friend of the same name, Cindy, or as we call her Nataly.   Nataly is a single mother, and we wanted her to enjoy a weekend off at our annual Youth Camp, which I heard was a huge blessing.  I do not regret watching her girls for the weekend, BUT I do think that without my husbands help, I may have lost it, just a little.  We were parents of two year old twins and a one year old baby.  How do parents with small children do it? I don't know, but with all the fighting, crying, and mommy-calling its easy to get over welhmed.  There was that moment, though, where I stepped out for 5mins and when I came back in, I was greeted with hugs and kisses.  Now that's a wonderful feeling!!  I guess that's what keeps you going.  It was a pretty hard task, but now that the girls are gone...I kinda miss them. 
Two year old, Valentina is the songbird of her generation.  One year old Abbey has the smile that will make your heart melt.  Of course, my little two year old... He's just a stallion! Hehe. 

After that we headed to a small vacation but that story belongs to another post. 

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