I feel like the beginning of my photography business journey started with motherhood. I remember the day that I was on my knees praying in my closet when I was pregnant with Honesty Noel and I was asking God that I wanted to be a stay at home mom with Honesty and it seemed impossible […]
As a twin mom, I never understood the challenge ahead of me till I was able to live it for myself. I have learned so much along the way and here are 7 things that helped me so much as a twin mom. 1. Routine routine routine: Kids thrive on routine, but with two kids […]
t’s so crazy to believe that my little babies are little girls! Ah! It happens too fast!
There was a time that I felt abandoned by God.
Right after the accident I was going through a really deep and tormenting emotional pain. This pain was different than the emotional pain of loss. Both are incredibly hard and horrible but this pain I have never talked about.
I have lived most of my life seeking after things. These things that I sought may have been good things like a family of my own, a baby, winning a fitness competition, getting healthy, etc. But these very same things I had worked so hard to get, I also lost them and it left me […]
Happy 7th Heavenly Birthday to my first daughter Honesty Noel! Seven years doesn’t seem possible! Everything has changed so much since! But the painful memories bring me back to reality of the tragedy we faced and still feels fresh to my heart. Losing Honesty was the hardest thing I’ve ever faced! But now I see […]
For those that don’t know me very well I just want to share some things about me: 1. I was born in Bogota, Colombia and moved to the USA in 1996 at 11 years old. We moved to Kansas and we lived there 16 years. I had to learn English in 5th grade by communicating […]
Happy birthday to Honesty Noel Wolf! I can’t believe it’s been four years! I wonder how beautiful you would be now. I can imagine you with your long curly hair, talking two different languages, your unique personality shining through, having you around everywhere we go, acting goofy like your daddy, or quiet like me, […]