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Babies

New Year, New Baby, New Post

I’m trying to get the hang of being a mother of 5 children. The toughest for me is having a toddling, 2 year old boy. He is a delight and his energy and enthusiasm are endless. I must admit being a little nervous about S’s reaction to his new little brother, as well as his behavior toward him. He has been nothing but gentle, concerned and loving. He will hear the baby cry and make sure that I know that he is crying. He will rub his head and say, “Otay, baby.” I am sure they will be good, good pals.
Motherhood, while (I believe) it is the toughest job on the planet, is also the most fulfilling. At the end of the day, as I assess it all, I fall asleep smiling at the bountiful blessings that come with my vocation. I am loved. I am blessed.


Woo Woo!

My boy is all about things that go. What boy isn’t? Among his favorites are, of course, trains. We took him to the local train tracks for his 2 year old photo shoot. He thought it was pretty fantastic that he could play with his trains on the real tracks!

Big Boy, Bath and Choo Choo

Sweet, sweet boy-new noises, new energy, new love!









Bath time

It’s good to be back!

A Little Levity

The mere presence of little ones (not to mention adorably Halloweened-up little ones), during this week of sadness and loss, has brought so many smiles and such joy.  A difficult week is ahead for my family, but we are all together and faith-filled and will get through this.  During times like these, you can’t just curl up cry all day when you are a mother.  Children have needs and it is a blessing to be needed, especially now.

Falling, Standing and Cruising

The boy is on the move!

My Guy

New Beginnings

Thank you for visiting my photo blog. It is here where I chronicle the evolution of my passion for photography. I have developed a new look-and-feel for this site that is more reflective of the images I enjoy taking and the style in which they are captured.  The new name, “Little Flower Photography,” comes from my favorite saint, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, “The Little Flower” (http://www.littleflower.org/abouttherese/learn/LifeStory.asp).