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I believe in laughter... I believe in warm summer nights... I believe in the miracle of life... I believe in running barefoot chasing lightnin bugs... I believe in toothless giggles, and messy hair... I believe childhood is magical... I believe life is beautiful... I believe you can never have too many pictures... I believe in capturing life... I believe pictures should tell stories... -YOUR STORY-

Photo of me & my babies taken by the talented Rachel May.

The story of the cozy coupe

It was Treys car that he got on his 1st birthday….

He hardly used it.

Thankfully I am a pack rat and cannot get rid of anything…

and for that… Addi had a cute little Cozy Coupe waiting for her.

She loves this little car… and so do spiders.

I had to chase away a grandaddy long leg before she got in.

Her favorite thing to do is get in… out… in….out.

I love her little Flintstones feet as she pushes herself along.

I love how she’ll hang her left arm over the door…

There are so many memories wrapped up in this little car.

I have images of her from last summer…. playing in it with just a diaper on.

This summer she is riding in her big girl undies.

What used to be bright red.. is now faded.

The steering wheel is now a light gray.

The door no longer shuts completely.

He has been loved.

Soon… she’ll be too big for her little car.

so I took my camera along as she played.

It had just poured down rain…

and when she got out the bottom of her little dress was wet.

She had in her purple paci… and wore the dress thats too small…that I keep putting on her.

I just love it that much.

This is the story.. of Addi … and her Cozy Coupe.

Ever see a photographer who starts out with a 365 day project, or even a 52 week project and never finishes? Yeah, me too. Well, I recently joined a group of a few other busy photographers who decided to commit to a 12 month project! If we fail this, we’ll be taking donations for a time management seminar. The best part is that it will be totally candid, lifestyle shots of each of our own families/lives. We don’t even have to dredge up random people or make our kids pose for us. We’re calling the series “The Story of ________” and we’ll each be filling in our own blanks. At the end of this post is a link to another photographer who participated and she’ll be linking to someone else. It’s a whole big circle of stories in pictures. Click through and enjoy!

Please head on over to Audrey Frantz, to see her story this month.