This mama and her family braved one of the coldest, wettest, windiest weekends of the year so far as we headed downtown for her photos. Let me take a minute to tell you a little bit about her.
Without this woman I would have never found my village, my tribe of mothers. Back when I had my first child, I barely knew her, but she was the one texting me at the hospital during the complications to help me through them. She was the one showing up at my doorstep with groceries and helpful nursing / pumping tips. She was the one that was always checking in and introduced me to a whole family of like-minded, non-judgmental mamas.
It has been amazing watching her journey as well from being surprised with twin girls shortly after purchasing a ONE-bedroom condo, and now to learning and growing through her son’s hearing loss. Motherhood was never what I would describe as “easy” for her when you look things from the outside like that. But, friends, you would never know it if you met her. She is the type of person that you can honestly say, “If anyone can handle that, it would be her”. She is the type of person that you feel like you can stop pretending around. She’s a safe place for your messy and your real. She is an inspiration, and it is a privilege to journey beside her and to get to document a bit of her wonderful crazy!