Blossom Family | Atlanta Lifestyle Photographers

Hi Friends!

Its been a happy whirlwind of adventures lately, and Im trying to soak it all in, take a deep breath, and enjoy one day at a time. Like getting to see my sweet friends the Blossom Family, who I havent seen since they added the youngest little darling precious baby girl. So, I was so excited to get to hug their necks, catch up on life for a moment, and of course snap a few fun photos for them to take back home, hopefully put on their walls, and be reminded of such awesome blessings God has given them with their three littles and each other. All that we hoped to accomplish in an hour or so. 😉 

But, I feel like these days with raising babies, managing jobs, life, friends, the laundry, oh my, and all the goodness that is given to us daily, we have to do our best to take what we get. To cherish the big moments and the small moments. Give a hug, get a hug. leave a smile. laugh a moment. and know that God has put some awesome things in front of us. I was reading my devotional this morning, and its words reminded me that Heaven is present. That the the secret to not only joyful living, but also victorious living is allowing the everyday moments to merge with God’s glorious presence. Every moment is alive.  “whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord.” even the laundry….

Blossoms, love ya’ll. Thank you for catching up with me, sharing a hug, and giving me a glimpse into all that God has blessed you. Such amazingness to have witnessed. 

Much joy!

alea

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