Author Archives: Hannah

Distance and closeness.

How are you doing, six feet from everyone other than the people that you live with? For many reasons, I am so thankful that my kids are young right now. They aren’t in school yet, so we aren’t faced with … Continue reading

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Loving lately.

Almost every day, I lie in bed to read books with Henry before naptime. And about a month ago, I started falling asleep daily after one book. At first, I felt bad. Now I lean in, bringing a blanket and … Continue reading

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Since last we spoke.

It’s been a moment hasn’t it? As the year ended and I thought back on 2019, I thought about how little this year has been documented. Little, at least, for me. I love documenting, processing, photographing, sharing, blogging — all the … Continue reading

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Bambi and the Lion.

Every year I worry that it might be the last year I can persuade my children into wearing adorable animal outfits on Halloween. At some point they are going to rebel and demand to be Disney princesses or superheroes or … Continue reading

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Falling.

I know, the originality of this blog post title is practically overwhelming. But the past couple weeks have been so full of the wonder of this season, that I really couldn’t help it. Here are some highlights. Homeownership, especially when … Continue reading

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The last of summer.

I’m going to excuse this post showing up in October, a very summery post indeed, under the guise of how ridiculously long summer held on this year. We did our last splash pad outing and picnic in the first week … Continue reading

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Best of Summer.

I am less and less ready for summer to come to an end every year, and we in the mid Atlantic aren’t close at all to bulky sweaters and tall boots. I’m pretty sure it is supposed to cross 90 … Continue reading

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