Thrity Minutes In The Life, July 2013

I am thrilled to take part in this “Thirty Minutes in the Life” series with a group of fantastic photographers. When

you’re done here, I invite you to head over to check out ’30-Minutes In The Life’ of
photographer, Maria Angerilli.  She is a Vancouver, BC Lifestyle Photographer.   I am so excited to see what she has been up to!

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I document many moments of our daily lives.  Some might say I “over-document” our lives.  However, there are some moments I never want to forget. 

Moments like these. . .

Last week was so warm that it was difficult to be outside for very long
during the day.  For that reason, we waited until the sun began to
descend behind the trees before making our way outdoors.  It was still
warm, but there was definite relief from the suffocating heat of the
afternoon sun.  On this particular evening Charlie, Meadow and I
meandered out to our backyard.


I stood back and watched.

And this beautiful scene unfolded.

For thirty minutes I stood and soaked in these moments that I could
never create on my own.  Moments that I wish I could place in a
beautifully wrapped box and revisit them whenever I want.  I stood back
and watched them with each other. . . so different and yet so similar. 


I often wonder how their relationship will develop.  Six years apart
sometimes feels like a lifetime.  Watching them together, though, I
realize it will be just fine.  Charlie?  He is quite smitten with his
little sister.  He smiles for her like he smiles for no one else.  I
wonder if it will remain this way?

I’m not naive enough to believe that they will never have their
not-so-pretty moments.  I’m certain they will.  If I had to guess,
however, I think Miss Meadow might have the key to wrapping her big
brother around her little finger for most of her life. . .

In fact, I might even put money on it.

Don’t forget to check out Vancouver, BC Lifestyle Photographer, Maria Angerilli!

Have a wonderful day!

10 comments
  • Charley1962 - You got some great pictures – I love the one with the bubbles all floating around your daughter and the big smile of your son. July 26, 2013 – 5:24 pmReplyCancel

  • Karen Hunt Photography - Love bubble images! My kids are 4-5 years apart and the distance always worried me to, but they still bond and play together all of the time. All of the images are beautiful! Beautiful light. July 26, 2013 – 6:32 pmReplyCancel

  • Allison - I love these!! your kiddos are darling! 🙂July 26, 2013 – 7:24 pmReplyCancel

  • Ms. Angerilli - summer – these are so lovely!!July 26, 2013 – 7:25 pmReplyCancel

  • SaraKellyPhoto - How wonderful their relationship is. My absolute favorite are the shots with Charlie helping Meadow to learn to blow bubbles, and the ninth image is, I think, the strongest of the bunch. He's so concerned with her success! What a beautiful thirty minutes you had!July 26, 2013 – 7:35 pmReplyCancel

  • Stacey - What great images! I absolutely love the close up of your daughter blowing bubbles! I love the interaction between the two of them 🙂 Mine two are 2 years apart and I always worried they wouldn't have a strong bond but they certainly do 🙂July 26, 2013 – 7:44 pmReplyCancel

  • Sophie - Gorgeous shots! Lovely backlighting, halos of light and those sparkling eyes! You have a beautiful family xxxJuly 26, 2013 – 10:54 pmReplyCancel

  • Juli Isola - I love bubble sessions and OMG your kids are cute. My middle and youngest are 8 years apart. I totally know what you mean about their relationship. Mom's worry…lol. Loved the light pouring into the frame and the green lush background. It made her pinkness really pop. Very nice. July 27, 2013 – 2:32 amReplyCancel

  • Mame Voelker - These are so lovely and you really captured the moment. I love your words too. These are wonderful photographs and you have a beautiful family. July 27, 2013 – 6:20 amReplyCancel

  • Kristi Burton - What beautiful interaction you captured Summer! Wonderful use of light as well! Excited to see more of these cute kiddos in the future. July 29, 2013 – 2:33 amReplyCancel

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