Monthly Archives: September 2012

{ a new kind of school picture }

  People will stare. Make it worth their while. (Harry Winston) Hello Children’s House Montessori Parents. A sneak peek of what we were up to yesterday for school pictures. Not a fake back drop to be found. Velvet and dirt and plush toys and beautiful children. Here’s my take on school pictures this year. I […]

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{ watching you go }

  She already knows she is headed for Pharmacy School. She knows how to get there and what to do. She is confident and beautiful and her family watches as she goes off to be fabulous somewhere else. Because she already is here. Congratulations, Becca. XO.            

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{ sail boats & velvet chairs }

  I remember watching them play in the water as Mom and Dad sat on the rocks and watched. Talking quietly to each other about things in a loving tone that made me want to capture them. No smiles, no poses. Just them. And I love that the evening was ours and that rain boots […]

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{ what a difference a day makes }

  Like most everyone who lives in the Black Hills, we spent our weekend outside: yesterday we went trampling through fields to find ski runs, walking along dirt roads, and took pictures underneath Aspen trees that have turned brilliant shades of yellow (cue the “feel good” music please). And then we went mountain biking this […]

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{ on sportsmanship }

  This is Caeden’s Principal, Ethan Dschaak. He’s an amazing Principal, but more than that, he’s an inspirational man. Loved by most everyone who knows him, he inspires many with the way he lives his life. A true family man who is positive, active, and has the biggest heart. He just so happens to also […]

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