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Introducing… Harper Albi Harris

Born at our home on October 14th at 12:20 am.

Named after my most favorite grandparents, who taught me the importance and value of family.

(photo taken by the talented Jude Mooney.)

He is only three weeks old and I am still completely blown away by it all…

By the fact that he was once inside of me.

By how absolutely amazing women are.

By seeing my son bundled in my husband’s arms.

By the love we have received from our incredible community.

By the multitude of faces…

…one creature can make…

…in a matter of seconds.


By my mom.

By my dog, who sat quietly with me during the whole (very long) birth.

And by this new person…

…who is making me fall in love…

…a little bit more…

….every day.

Photographing The Symphony…

This is my talented photographer friend, Jessamyn, and her one month old, Symphony.

The hard part about being a photographer, is that you are never in any photographs.

Jessamyn can, and will, take thousands of amazing photos of her new little human.

But what she can’t do is photograph herself with her new little amazing human.

So I got to come and visit.

We cranked the heat and striped Miss Symphony down and we just played.

It was the perfect thing for a cold and rainy Monday.

And she was the perfect little model, which is a good thing, since this is only the beginning of her career.

Rolleiflex photos coming soon.

Two Midwesterners and Their New California Boy….

It’s baby time! Seems like everyone we know is multiplying… which is fun for me.

Meet Michael, the son of two amazingly talented and loving people. When he gets a little bigger he will no doubt: play music, grow vegetables, go to Antarctica, love hiking, and have cute dimples just like his parents. But for now, he is moving to San Diego to start a new life with his parents, and we all wish them the very best.

This was the crib his mom slept in when she was a baby… yay for reusing!

See, you can kind of see that little dimple forming on that big juicy cheek.

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