It’s almost March and I’m all about getting Mum in the frame around Mother’s Day. We often forget to include ourselves or don’t because we think we don’t look our best. Our children won’t care in years to come if we looked our best or not. They will just be grateful for the photo and the fact that we are in the frame. I know I harp on about this subject quite a bit and I often don’t practise what I preach but I’ve learned from my own mistakes here. I am missing throughout most of our collection of family photos. All I had to do was step out from behind the camera for a few more photos and they would mean so much more to my family. From now on I’ll be making a point of doing so and I know my kids will thank me for it. My family session info might interest you if you would like to document your family this year. See the link in bio.
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1. My edit