Campfire and S'mores
I've been focusing this year on telling the story of our family. Taking some time to really capture us doing what we do when we're together. And that ranges from the boys riding bikes, to watching them wrestle, going to the beach, taking a hike; our unposed family story. If you think about looking through your parents or grandparents photo albums, that's what they were filled with - in-the-moment pictures or your family being together, laughing, playing, being goofy - just being, well, yourselves. That's not to say that there isn't a place for a beautiful family portrait (of course there is), but it's also important to give your kids pictures to look back on that weren't posed and perfect that showed the true emotion and connection of simply being together.
The boys have been asking all summer to have a campfire and since I can't have a campfire without s'mores - well, they were all too happy to consume the marshmallowy and chocolate graham cracker goodness. So here's a glimpse into our family's story. Our time together. Us.