Yellowstone in October

We took a quick road trip at the beginning of October and were able to see Yellowstone, The Grand Tetons and Zion National parks. I say quick because we left on Oct 2nd and got back home on October 9th. Not counting California, we drove through 6 states within a week.

So this first picture is actual in Utah at the Fillmore KOA which is where we spent our first night. The second night we spent with friends (more like family) in northern Utah.

On our first day exploring Yellowstone we entered through the Montana side, the northern entrance and soon after we entered the park there were some elk crossing the road. This one even waited for the car to stop before crossing. haha I took this through the windshield.

If you have a 4th grader you can get a nation park pass so you can get into any national park for free during the school year through the summer. Our 4th is in 4th this year.

This area is the Mammoth Hot Springs. Smells a bit funky (not that bad) but looks amazing!

Can you tell I really enjoyed taking pictures at this spot?

The one animal that we “had” to see was a Bison so we traveled along the northern road, passed the petrified tree and Tower-Roosevelt through the Lamar Valley. Once we hit Lamar Valley we saw 3 different herds of Bison.

My 14 year old had a zoom lens on and he got the picture below

Isn’t this adorable!?!

The next day we drove down passed a bunch of geysers but there’s just something about wood sidewalks and bridges that I have to stop for.

And these trees!!! Oh my gosh, they are my favorite!

You know, just a bison on the side of the road munchin’ on some grass.

My friend had visited Yellowstone in early July so we were comparing how different it looked between our trips. Her trip it was all lush and green with many beautiful wildflowers. Our trip had blue skies but chilly air and lovely yellows. God created some amazing things for us to enjoy didn’t He?

Our final Yellowstone stop was at Old Faithful. We got to see it erupt twice. This shot was when we were on the observation area and the 2nd time it erupted we were back in the parking lot and you could see it over the tall building. That really gave us more of a perspective of how high it really goes.

Thanks for reminiscing and traveling through Yellowstone with me! Have you ever been? Any other spots we should make sure to see next time we go? I’ll take all the tips!

Blessings,

Alaina

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The San Diego Zoo in Black and White

Just the other month I was talking with my 3 year old about his favorite animals and what he thought his siblings favorite animals were and right then I realized… He had not been to the zoo yet! I felt this need to take my little guy to the zoo! I found out one of the moms in our homeschool group was planning the trip already so we were set to go, just had to wait for the date to come.

I was so excited to be able to take my kids to the San Diego Zoo this year. I even had my photography students meet us there for our field trip.

We were counting back and realized that it had been 5-6 years since we had been to the SD Zoo so it was a new and fun experience for most since the younger ones didn’t remember and the older ones had fresh eyes and a higher perspective. 😉

As I’m sure you already know, black and white photographs are what I love. The simplicity, the detail, the mystery…

We ended up by the gorillas at the perfect time… lunch time! That was fun to watch their personalities come out. This one had his back to everyone while he enjoyed his lettuce.

This one went a ways off to enjoy some alone time while he ate.

Hippos are so relaxing to watch

I think giraffes always have this relaxed, slightly annoyed look on their face.

One of my students letting my little guy take pictures. They’re a fun bunch to hang out with. 🙂

Since we were there during the month of October, toward the evening they were getting ready to start their Boo-Fest and there were bubbles floating up toward us as we were crossing over one of the bridges.

Did I meantion we left at 6 in the morning and got home at 9pm? Well… It was a Full. Fun. Day.

Blessings,

Alaina

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A Day in Our Life on a Wednesday (La Mirada Documentary Family Photographer)

My eldest reminded me that I had not done a Day in our Life for quite some time and looking back at the last one, she is totally right. This Day in our Life was back in 2017. And I think it’s funny that it is also in the month of April.

So here it is, a typical Wednesday in our life, and I guess we can also say, a typical Wednesday in April.

What I saw when I opened the office door.

My office is also the spare room and play room
My work space
He likes to send “good morning” emails to his grandma and sometimes his friends
Wednesday is street sweeper day so both the dog and little guy were watching

We’ve been receiving care from Dr Cece at Simply Well Chiropractic in Long Beach so we that is part of our weekly routine for better health.

Everybody out!
It’s always a race to the front door
“we have to run mama!”

I know this next one’s focus is off but it was a no look shot while we were running.

This little guy is awesome!
After adjustments they always get to pick a sticker from Ms Karine
He’s showing Karine some tap dancing moves.

We have to discuss who gets to go first and in what order because everyone (yes everyone!) looks forward to their time with Dr. Cece.

I did not tell her to smile, she was laughing
When it’s mama’s turn the little guy wants to cuddle.
Now it’s a race back to the car!

Back at home…

games
school
I think it’s sweet that they’re the same height when he’s on his knee.
By request of the little guy, he asked “Nay Nay” to play Duck Hunt with him.

Our little dwarf apple tree has too many apples which made the top branch bend. We didn’t want it to break so we splinted it with a dowel and some tape. So far, so good.

Meet Whinny, Speedy and I think that one is Salt.

Some backyard chores.

Tossing out some treats for the chickens and the dog always tries to steal food from them.
I don’t remember what they were watching maybe Wild Kratts or something.

Ok so these next three photographs are actually from the next day but they are definitely a part of our daily activities so I wanted to include them.

playdough or painting is the usual at the table.
I didn’t tell him to look at me or to pose, that was all him. 🙂
Always on the move.

So there you have it, a typical Wednesday for us in the month of April.

What does your typical day include? Did you know I offer Day in the Life Sessions? Get in Touch if you’d like to know more.

Blessings,

Alaina

Looking forward to meeting you and telling your beautiful story!

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Why Birth Pictures {Orange County Birth Photographer}

I love that with photography it captures how a person actually feels.

It is raw and beautiful but also messy and uncertain.

I do not want to capture something pretty but something beautiful and breathtaking.

We are all human and we all experience the same emotions of love, joy, sorrow, despair, frustration, jubilee, relief, anxiety, anticipation and pure bliss.

Pictures are so important because they are moments that we can’t get back.

We are only here for a time, whether that be short or long and the time we have is precious, it is truly a gift.

I want you to feel special and loved on during your photography experience with me.

I also want you to know that we all have a Heavenly Father that cares for us and it is evident in the blessings we experience every day.

I am truly honored to document your family moments and memories with my photographs.

Blessings,

Alaina

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Mother Culture – Thoughts from this Mama’s Heart

I spent the morning with a friend the other week and she was asking me all things that pertained to mothering and homeschooling. I knew that’s what she wanted to talk about so I was prepared… Well, not really, but I at least expected to be questioned.

The one question that she asked that I found interesting was about “self care”, she wanted to know what I thought about it because she had mixed feelings. Her question was, “Is that biblical?” As Christian’s we have to be careful not to fall into the worldly thinking of “I need this, I deserve this, it’s my right to have it” that is such normal thinking today in our culture of modern moms. But is it biblical?

Self care… I do believe we need to take care of ourselves as women, wives and mothers or else we’ll eventually end up overwhelmed, dry and on the brink of a nervous breakdown and only end up becoming what we never wanted to become, a burden to others.

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” – Philippians 4:6 & 7

I told this young mama, that I adopted the idea of “mother culture” which just sounds less selfish (and fancier for that matter!) than self care, to me. But the difference is, in mother culture I am doing something that brings JOY into my life so that I can pour that joy and excitement back out onto my children, onto my husband and bring that spirit of HOPE back into my home. That is what appeals to me. It is a refresh.

What does that look like in real life. I incorporate into our daily routines (especially school time) what I find lovely, what brings me joy, what lights that fire of wanting to know more, how and why. Oh the deep questions that reading scripture together brings, even if I don’t get the opportunity to read just by myself. The opportunity for all to take that chance to pray and to give them that opportunity to pray specifically for those in need. I have one that does not forget specific people and their need for prayer. This precious little soul prayed for this need every day for at least 6 months, never missing a chance to throw in that request at the end of a prayer no matter who was praying. Another precious one gets choked up while praying sometimes and after one of those moments confided in me that they almost cried, I told them I do that sometimes too. Oh to see how sensitive to the Holy Spirit our children are is such an honor and privilege! It truly is! To keep it real there’s always a decent amount of me reminding them, “if you’re talking you’re not listening.” throughout our reading/discussion times.

“but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” – Isaiah 40:31

This mama job is not for the faint of heart. It is HARD work. It is HEART work. It is beautiful in the Lord’s eyes because you are being obedient to what God has called you to do, at this very moment. Because you woke up this morning and have answered the call of the Lord just as Samuel answered, Yes Lord, here I am.

“When I said, “My foot is slipping,” your unfailing love, LORD, supported me. When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought me joy.” – Psalm 34:18 & 19

I do want to say, don’t focus on the “job” of schooling. Focus on the relationships. What lights that passion within you? I’m sure you know your children well enough to know what lights their hearts on fire and if you are not sure, ask! About once a year I interview my children and they actually really love it (obviously some more than others) and I find out some interesting things about them and then of course they interview me. Sometimes to start our morning time I’ll ask my children to recite just 1 Bible verse they’ve memorized (since I know we’ve worked on so many throughout the years) with the question, “what verse has God put on your heart today?” and we just go down the row and they recite and sometimes help each other along, and it’s not always the older ones helping the younger ones just so you know. Then I go back over and point to each one as I say something that pertains to that verse. “God is patient”, “God will fight for us”, “A body works best when each part is healthy and working together toward the same goal”, “Do not fear”, etc.

“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” – Isaiah 41:10

Don’t forget to give yourself GRACE. There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ. He does not condemn you, there is no guilt or shame. You are the perfect mom for your children. God knew what your children needed and He put that ability within you. Your compassion, your stubbornness, your creativity, your desire to want to help others succeed and your willingness to serve. Because this morning you said, Yes, Lord, here I am, speak, your servant is listening.

Don’t rush the heart work even when it is painful (or you’re just so over it, I hear you), it will produce a beautiful, flourishing garden if we are faithful because He is faithful.

“I sought the LORD, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears.” – Psalm 34:4

So I guess Mother Culture (to me), becomes more of a Family Culture. One that incorporates prayer, blessings, beauty, laughter, music, dancing, working out, experimenting in the kitchen, working through anger and frustration, lending a helping hand, being more observant, asking for forgiveness, building things, making mistakes, celebrating accomplishments, being humble, thankful and giving and always working towards honoring God in all that we say and do.

Blessings,

Alaina

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Training to be a Doula {La Mirada Birth Photographer}

Yes, you heard that right. I’ve been going through some doula training and am so excited to be able to offer labor doula services as an add on to my birth photography packages!

I’ve been photographing births for the last 8 years and really felt like I needed to get some extra training and education to support the mamas that I get to know so well leading up to their birth. Becoming a doula just seemed like the next step to take and I’ve so enjoyed the training.

I jumped off the Instagram and Facebook train at the end of December and it has really been so lovely and freeing. During my training we were suppose to post something on our social media about going through this training and needing 3 families to work with to become certified, but I obviously couldn’t do that. I have 2 mamas that I will be supporting this month while they bring their precious babes into this world so I need 1 more mama to fulfill my certification needs.

I really love that I’m supporting AND documenting the whole process. I get to offer education and resources leading up to labor day and birth day as well. Don’t worry, I don’t just give you a hug and then disappear once you’ve brought that precious person into this world. No, I plan on coming back to check in and see where you need some help. Those first few days seem like a whirlwind with diapers, nursing, trying to eat and drink (that hunger while nursing is for real) and trying to adjust to your new sleep schedule and getting to know your baby.

Midwife Tessa from Abundant Blessings Midwifery during an in home prenatal visit.

Are you interested in doula support as well as birth photography? I would love to hear from you and we can talk though what your vision and hopes are for your pregnancy and birth experience.

You can get in touch with me HERE.

Blessings on your pregnancy!

-Alaina

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What Happened in 2020

The 2020 re-cap!

This morning while I was going through my morning routine I was thinking about, “What happened in 2020?” A lot! Is the quick simple answer but if you know me, the quick simple answers aren’t usually enough for me. I like to save those for people I don’t know well, you know the ones you see walking their dogs but don’t have much time to chat except in passing. Yep, those ones.

What happened in 2020.

What I find kind of find hilarious is, the last time we celebrated a new decade, the new millennium, everyone was racked with fear of the unknown. The would is going to live in darkness once the clock strikes midnight! Remember Y2K? What happened? Nothing… the clock changed and we kept living like it was a new year, because it was.

But then when we were anticipating 2020 everyone had these new hopes and dreams. 2020 is going to be the best year yet! Is the sentiment I kept hearing and seeing. 2020 did not disappoint in being memorable for sure.

I don’t want to make light of this… 2020 was a hard year for a lot of people, but… every year before was a hard year for a lot of people. I think I can say, 2020 gave us ALL a lot more empathy for those who have been struggling, those who don’t have support, those who feel isolated, those who feel lost, those who feel hungry, those who feel like the light of hope is fading.

There were a lot of gifts given, so much beauty among the ashes. Immediate families were given the gift of time together. Crazy schedules were cancelled and now siblings were able to build relationships! Parents had to work from home because offices were closed and now they get to see and BE part of home life! (I know not all home lives are good and my heart breaks for those who could not escape such abuse). Marriages thrived because spouses were working more as a team instead of as a tag team. Individuals and families realized the importance of becoming more self sustaining instead of constantly living as consumers. New skills were learned. New interests were peaked. The importance of taking care of our bodies and nutrition was a bigger focus and didn’t stop in January like all the other new year resolutions. Obviously I’m focusing on the positives, we all already know the negatives.

What I saw and think is amazing is, the sleeping giant was awoke.

That giant is… the praying believers who have been complacent until now. The parents whose eyes have been open to the truth. The broken hearts that have been mended by the only One who has the power to heal such deep wounds. The fighters who the Lord has called. The blanket of deception has become see through to those whose eyes have been healed.

Don’t you think it’s interesting that we celebrate Christmas at the darkest time of the year? The birth of Christ, the Savior, the Light of the World! My family and I do advent through the whole month of December, from the 1st to the 31st. It goes through the promises that were spoken of, that Jesus, the Son of God would come. The scriptures are VERY specific so that when He did come there would be no doubt that He is the One. Then the promise is fulfilled. And his life was in danger from the beginning, but it was not time for the sacrifice to be made. We continue reading through other miracles and even about stubbornness and redemption. The final readings are about the next promise, that Jesus will return. We know and have hope in this promise because of the evidence of that first promise being fulfilled. So there is HOPE. Hope in the darkest times, in the darkest nights.

(Side note, I dug deeper to see why Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December, I found there was a group of believers that have been noted they celebrated on December 25th and based off when Jesus was thought to be conceived. The evil one has been trying to dim that light of hope since the beginning because of his hate and anger.)

Don’t let the burdens of 2020 hold you down from welcoming in 2021. God’s mercies are new every morning. He gives us a hope and a future. We don’t know what the future holds but we know Who holds the future.

So hold on to that Hope friends! I’ve seen too many who have let go of hope. Take in each day as a blessing, a new opportunity. You have a purpose, you are loved and you are important. You wouldn’t be here if that were not true.

Blessings,

Alaina

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Why Maternity Photos? {Alaina Nunez – Orange County Birth Photographer}

I’m just going to be very straight forward and say, maternity photographs are a must. They really are.

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How often in your life do you get to partake in cradling a new life, inside your womb?

It’s an amazing experience. For some it’s not so fun (I’m sorry!) for other’s it’s just a bit of discomfort but nothing to bat an eye at.

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Each mama and pregnancy is different. You could have had an AMAZING experience the first time and less than ideal experience the second… third… and so on. That means you have endurance and focus. No matter what is coming toward you in life, you keep your focus and move through it with grace.

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Maybe everyone told you that you carry pregnancy well and look amazing but you had horrible ligament and back pain or those leg cramps like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. That means you’re one tough lady and you are up for this non-stop self sacrificing mama job.

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Maybe you’ve experienced loss and this child is a gift that can never replace but can bring joy and beauty as you step out of those ashes.

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Pregnancy is a gift! You are beautiful! You are a good mama!

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Of course I’m going to advocate for professional photographs… But to have a photograph no matter the quality, is better than not having it.

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I’ve told my mom and my grandma this before and now I’m going to tell you… The photographs, they really aren’t for you. That might sound wrong. I mean, I want all mamas to feel beautiful in their photographs when I take them. I want you to love the moments that are captured no matter how perfectly imperfect they are. But those photographs are a treasure for your children… for your grandchildren.

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We can nitpick at all our flaws but our children look past those. They see beauty. They see strength. They see love. They see mama. They see you with all their little heart eyes.

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Get those photographs of your children and for your children.

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Also I’m just going to say… Your pregnant body is amazing! You are amazing mama! God created you for such a time as this.

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I love being able to photograph mamas, babies and families and being invited in to watch them all grow! Seriously, it is such a treat!

I’d love to chat with you about how you are hoping to have this fleeting time in your life documented! Fill out the form and I’ll get back to you soon!

 

 

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Online Intro to Photography

Virtual Class - no date

Now offering

Intro to Photography – an online interactive class

How many times have you picked up your camera and have felt disappointed with the outcome? It’s because that camera can’t read your mind, it doesn’t know the vision you have.

My goal in teaching these classes is to help you be able to capture what you see with your camera. No more disappointment!

So, grab your camera, your computer and join us for 3 classes, each 45 minutes!

You’ll be emailed with available dates and times after registering and you never know, you might even get a 1 on 1 class with me!

Here’s where you can REGISTER.

 

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Why Hire a Birth Photographer {La Mirada Birth Photographer}

I’m not here to convince you that you need to hire a birth photographer.
 
 
I’m just here to reaffirm that feeling you’re having. That is why you’re here isn’t it? Maybe just out of curiosity or it could be because you want moments of your baby’s birth to be preserved.
 
 

It could be, the feeling of knowing that these moments are few and far between.

 
That these moments are intimate.
These moments are cherished.
These moments are priceless.
These moments deserve to be preserved.
These moments are important.
 
 
 
When I am hired to document a birth story I’m not just there to capture the big push. I’m not there to photograph your lady parts (though those are pretty amazing!).
 
 
I’m there to capture the strength you didn’t know you had. I’m there to capture the birth team supporting and praying over you. I’m there to capture the amazing miracle that has grown inside of your body for the last 9 months and when you finally get to meet face to face. I’m there to capture the first breath, the first look, the first quivering lip, the tears of joy and the sigh of relief.
 
 
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That. is. birth.

 
The moment you hear your precious baby’s cry. The moment your husband can finally exhale knowing that his wife has finally finished the race. Have you seen the way he looks at you? He wants nothing more than to help ease your burden but knows it is not his pain or discomfort to carry, yet he still tries in the best way he knows how. It is at that time we allow God’s hand to move and our bodies to do what they are suppose to. The moment we say, “no more” He provides a way out.
 
 
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I seriously am in awe of how God created our bodies.

 
 
How He blessed us to be able to care for a provide nutrients to our babies before we get to see their precious faces.
 
 
Just like other life experiences and journeys, we can come out of birth feeling a bit beat up, a bit overwhelmed, a bit exhausted and maybe some scars to show for it.
 
 
Remember when you were a kid and scars were cool? You’d count how many scars you had and announce the number like it was some kind of trophy, a right of passage and deserved some type of reward or at least some recognition. I’m here to tell you. Scars are still cool (do people still use that word, because I don’t think I’ll ever stop), they show where you have been and what you have done and remind you what you have learned along the way.
 
 
So…
 
 
I’m not here to tell you why you should hire a birth photographer. I’m telling you why I am a Birth Photographer.
 
 
I am a birth photographer because I think, feel, know that we all have a story to tell.
 
 

Everyone is created for a purpose by our Divine Creator.

We are all created in His image. We are all created to fulfill a purpose in this time. And I feel it is my duty, my honor, to be chosen to help document the journey; this part of your story.
 

So the question you should ask yourself. Why do you want this birth photographed? How important is having this birth story documented to you? That’s the more important question.

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I’d love to chat with you about how you are hoping to have this fleeting time in your life documented! Fill out the form and I’ll get back to you soon!

Looking forward to meeting you and telling your beautiful story!

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