I can’t gush enough about the wonderful job Kristina did of the photos, visiting from Washington for Isla’s blessing. Having her capture our family means so much… She’s captured my favourite memories of the day, and then some.
She’s definitely become tops in my books fast and furious, that’s for sure. I have a definite love for both her and her work. Thank you again and again and again and again, Kristina!
Why I thought this day was the right day for her to have strawberries, I’ll never know. We were both wearing white, and my poor grandma had to help me over the course of three days treat the stains. But, see her grabbing my hands? She loved them. Wouldn’t let me take them away.
In one of her gifts, a mini adirondack chair to match my family’s garden set. I was blown away by the generosity of our family that day; I hadn’t even thought about gifts. They were the furthest thing from my mind, especially since everyone has been so giving already. Isla received some beautiful and delicate jewelry, books and other keepsakes that I can’t wait to put on display in her soon-to-be-finished nursery.
I love the puzzled look on her face. It’s like, “MUM! Don’t you know I can’t read english, let alone french?!” Start ‘em young, I say.
My morning “oops” of that day. I promise we don’t let her eat off the floor normally. It was very clean, unless you count the Cheerios.
I’m impressed by this one! I’m shocked even one worked, considering how windy, wet, blustery and damp it was at Niagara Falls.