I think it’s important… no, necessary! For mom’s to get in photos with their children.
Did that come off too strong? I guess that’s what my husband means when he says I’m passionate about what I believe.
“Her children rise up and bless her; Her husband also,” – Proverbs 31:28
Friends, it’s crucial. We are not guaranteed another breath (sorry to sound so doom and gloom) so we need to jump on the opportunity to BE with our children and BE in photographs with them so later on in their life they can say to THEIR children, “this is me and my mom when I was your age.”
How amazing that we as mother’s are able to give this treasure to our children. To our grandchildren!
I’m telling you this as someone who sees the importance of leaving a legacy of Love and Truth to our children.
We have stories throughout history because someone took the time to record them. We have beautiful art to look at and get inspired by because someone took the time to put brush to fabric or paper.
I create stories that will become part of your personal family history, documenting your legacy; this is what I do with my camera.
“That the generation to come might know, even the children yet to be born,
that they may arise and tell them to their children,” – Psalm 78:6
I want my children and their children to know that love and truth through this legacy and I desire the same for you.
If you’re interested in a Motherhood Memories Session I would encourage you too book one while we have these amazing wildflowers blooming all around us. But you know, the dessert is beautiful too. 😉
Interested in a Motherhood Memories Session? I only offer these sessions in the spring time when all the beautiful wildflowers are in bloom. This is a great session to document your love for your children. They love their mama!
If you’re ready to Reserve and Preserve these sweet memories, click here.
“Praise the Lord!
How blessed is the man who fears the Lord, who greatly delights in His commandments. His descendants will be mighty on earth; the generation of the upright will be blessed.” – Psalm 112:1-2