We Are Three! | A Pinkalicious Birthday Party

We are three!  It truly feels like days ago that we brought her home and now we are arranging 3 candles on the top of her birthday cake!  Our 3 year old’s birthday celebration was a very pink affair, as she requested a Pinkalicious birthday party.  I love how involved she could be this year, when deciding what birthday party she wanted, shopping for decor and party decorations, and anticipating her big day.  It made it even more important for me to bring her pink birthday dream to life before her very eyes, as I did many early morning checklists in the month leading up to her birthday.  Every detail was thoughtfully planned in pink, from her birthday cake, to the crafts the children did, to the decor.  When thinking about her birthday, our daughter repeatedly asked to share pink cupcakes with her friends with pink forks.  Easy peasy, check!  And because it was a very Pinkalicious affair, each cupcake was topped with a crown and served with a magical wand.  Plus, popcorn and pink lemonade.  There is something so delicious about popcorn with cupcakes, as a little salty to the sweet.  And to make sure it was a completely pink affair, all of our birthday guests wore their best pink outfits!  To know where I found the decor and details that brought this Pinkalicious birthday party to life, be sure to view the source list found further down within this post.

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This year, she wanted to help me take pictures of her birthday decorations prior to her guests arriving.  As I snapped a few images of the details that brought her party to life, she stood right along side me with her own little camera.  It was a heart melter.

After getting our party pics and realizing we still had plenty of time before the party, we took some time to read Pinkalicious and get some actual birthday portraits.  In the months of patiently waiting for her birthday to arrive, her eyes were completely sparkling as she realized it was actually her big day…finally.

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Pinkalicious Birthday Party Source List

gold wands | purchased here

3 balloon | purchased locally, similar item here

balloon decor | kit purchased here, but purchased more balloons

balloon pump (necessary!) | purchased here

crown cupcake toppers | purchased here

circle garland | purchased locally, similar idea here

crown head clip | similar item here

tutu dress | similar item here

popcorn boxes | purchased locally, similar item here

Pinkalicious book | available here

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No birthday is complete without a photo of my girls with their letter board.  In all honesty, I was moments away from totally forgetting it this year.  Luckily, it came to mind at the very last second and I was able to quickly arrange the letters and get some photos of her before her friends arrived!  Whew!

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While planning birthday parties usually involves a little stress, a lot of coffee, and many checklists…seeing the excitement and wonderment in our girls’ eyes on their big day makes all of the finely detailed planning worth it.  Much like Christmas morning, it seems like months of planning and preparing are for a party that seems to fly by in the blink of an eye.  It was nice to be able to savor the morning and enjoy her day.  I am thrilled with how this Pinkalicious birthday party played out and, as the girls continue to grow and become more involved in planning their parties, I cannot wait to see what ideas they have in the future for their fun day!  There is something so wonderful about making their little idea come to life and watching them realize, “Hey, this was my idea and it is really happening!”  It’s a special thing.

Happy Birthday, little one!  You are so loved!

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A Classic Baby Book : How To Document Every Baby Milestone

Before my first daughter was born, I spent a really long time searching for a classic baby book to document all of her milestones in.  I wanted something that’s style would be simple and would stand the test of time.  Everything that I found was loud and splattered with cartoonish characters, or gave me the impression that it was a fad item.  After quite a bit of time searching, I finally came across a classic baby book that was simple, timeless, and so organized inside.  In fact, it is so organized that it walked me through documenting my daughter’s milestones because it told me exactly what phases and important dates to write down.  I love this book so much so that I bought it again for our second daughter, giving the girls matching books.  And that thrills me to pieces.

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Protective Sleeve

While simple, one of my favorite things about this classic baby book is that the front simply has two little feet on the cover.  Simple and timeless, without loud letters or characters.  To preserve the beautiful white cover, this classic baby book comes with a protective sleeve to keep the book in.  Even though this concept is simple, it is something that I really appreciate.  I put a lot of time into my girls’ baby books and I want to ensure that they remain in perfect condition, to be enjoyed by them and their own children in the many years ahead.

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Detailed Milestone Layout

This classic baby book is not only simple and traditional, but it is very well organized inside when it comes to page layout.  To be honest, this classic baby book isn’t going to allow you to miss a single milestone or important date in your baby’s first year.  And I love that!  As new mamas, we are busy and tired enough as it is to remember each and every thing, so this book is a wonderful assistant in reminding you what to document and what dates are important.  From documenting your family history, important details about you and your spouse, your pregnancy and how you announced, the day your baby took their first breath, first foods, teeth, talking, walking, and details of their first birthday…this classic baby book literally covers it all!

One of my favorite things is that this book has specific 3 month check in’s, where you really document the details of your baby’s everyday.  Things like what your baby is eating, how they are sleeping, things they took to right away, things they took their time mastering and things you always want to remember.  If you are a parent, you know that things like eating and sleeping change drastically for babies within the first year, so it is really fun to document these little specifics, as they are fleeting.

Don’t forget your must have copy of The First Twelve: A Guide To Photographing Your Baby’s First Year, where you will be shown exactly how to photograph each and every detail of your baby’s first year that you will want to remember.  Don’t regret a moment with your camera, and learn how to document your baby and their every detail, before they grow!

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Important Dates and Keepsakes

While not pictured, my absolute favorite thing about this classic baby book is that it gives you a teeny tiny envelope for your baby’s hair, to be kept from their first haircut!  On the haircut page, it gives you room to include before and after photos of your baby’s hair, as well as a little place to preserve their tiny baby locks.  That tiny and simple detail was what sold me on this book because I knew at that point that this classic baby book would preserve and document every moment that I mama really holds close to her heart.

As well as a small envelope, there is a bigger envelope placed inside of the baby book that I find very useful, when wanting to keep non-photo keepsakes.  In this envelope, I keep the girls’ hospital bracelets, first birthday invitations, and other sentimental items from their baby years.

And when it comes to dates, there is no way you will ever miss an important one.  This classic baby book literally tells you every date to document, which is so helpful in reminding you what things to look out for during your baby’s first year.  I also goes beautifully hand in hand with The First Twelve: A Guide to Documenting Your Baby’s First Year, as you photograph all your baby’s milestones to place within your baby book.  It gives you plenty of room to place photos of your baby’s first year.

One of my favorite pages is the Growing page, where you can document their growth.  It is so fun to see how much they grow during the first few years, and I make a habit out of writing these details in their book after each visit to the pediatrician.

Picking a baby book is really hard, as you want to make sure it stands the test of time and documents all of the details that you truly want to savor.  This classic baby book is the only book I recommend, as it is truly timeless and beautiful, while being very detailed and thorough in terms of documenting milestones.  This book will literally not allow you to miss a moment with your baby, as it gently reminds you of what to document.  I hope this book brings your family as much joy as it has brought mine.

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Timeless Girl Easter Basket Ideas

It’s that time of year again, when my shopping cart fills with all things pastel, as I hop around the store and admire all things Easter.  As is every year, my goal is to create a timeless girl Easter basket for each of my girls, focusing on things that they need…as well as a little bit of fun.  This year’s baskets are full of something cuddly, something educational, something to wear, something useful, and something that will surprise.  And of course, little eggs help fill their baskets and end up providing a whole day of family fun as we hide and find them.  I am having so much fun being a mama of two girls and love putting together timeless girl Easter baskets.  I feel like this year’s baskets are really going to create some excitement this year, as I added little gifts to each basket that truly define our girls and the stages they are in right now.  And to keep Jesus at the center of Easter, I found something fun for our whole family that I am really excited to do this year.  If you are looking for timeless girl Easter basket ideas, be sure to browse the source lists below for basket ideas for a 1 year old and a 3 year old.

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Timeless Girl Easter Basket Ideas

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Lovely Lavendar Easter Basket for 1 Year Old

Zoe the Unicorn Knit Doll | courtesy of Cuddle + Kind

Lavendar Velvet Bow Set | courtesy of Cammi and Co

Floral Shoes | can be purchased here

Brush | similar item found here

Our favorite bubble bath | can be purchased here

Babies Love Easter Book | can be purchased here

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Pretty Pink Easter Basket for 3 Year Old

Ella the Unicorn Knit Doll | courtesy of Cuddle & Kind

Chunky Pink Velvet Bow | courtesy of Cammi and Co

Pink shoes | can be purchased here

Pastel Dot Dot Markers | can be purchased here

Brush | similar item found here

Purse | can be purchased here

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And to keep Jesus the focus of Easter, I found these beautiful The Journey to Easter cards with a little stand to hold them in.  I am excited about them because they can help teach the girls about Easter in the years ahead, as we walk through the cards.  They are to be started the Sunday before Easter and end on Easter Sunday.  The cards help encourage conversation about the meaning of Easter, teaching about Jesus and the truths of Easter.  While the girls will not understand them much this year, I am looking forward to making this part of our Easter tradition in the years ahead to teach the girls that Easter isn’t just about baskets and bunnies, but it is the most powerful love story.

I hope this post encouraged you with timeless girl Easter basket ideas and that you have as much fun creating baskets for your sweet ones, just as I did!

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Finding Time For Photography When You Feel You Have No Time At All

Oh, how I hear you mama.  You feel like every minute of the day is planned and filled even before you step out of bed in the morning.  You feel like squeezing in a little time for yourself is a stretch, let alone making time for photography.  And while it seems like finding time for photography is a struggle, the idea of not photographing our kids and these little moments of our everyday is heartbreaking.  Our little ones are only little for a short while (a repetitive phrase we hear constantly) and it is more important than ever that we really implement ways for finding time for photography as much as we can.  The effort we put in today to photograph will make us so grateful in the years ahead, as we savor our everyday images.

But how on earth do we do that?  How do we make the time?  Lord knows it would be a blessing to add a 25th hour to the day, but I have been praying on that one for awhile now and…nope.  Finding time for photography starts with being intentional.

Last January we welcomed our second baby girl into our family, making me a mama to a 20 month old and a newborn.  The 12 months that made up 2018 were crazy, beautiful, stressful, irreplaceable, and busy!  And while most days found me feeling like I was eating oreos while brushing my teeth, I ended the year with over 1,100+ final edited images of my family.  I don’t tell you this to brag or to say, “Look what I did!  Cheer for me!”  I say this to tell you that, if you are intentional about finding time for photography, you can do it.  I promise you.  It is possible.  It’s not about praying for a 25th hour of the day, but it is about learning how to use the 24 that you already have and building photography into your everyday.

Do you set goals for yourself?  It could help you when finding time for photography!  See what goals I set daily, weekly and monthly to make time for myself, while being a mama!

Finding Time For Photography When You Feel You Have No Time At All

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Build It Into Your Everyday

One of the biggest ways that I manage to still photograph my family while having two very young children is to simply build photography into my everyday.  If we are outside riding bikes, I will intentionally bring my camera.  I will bring my camera to the park with us or bring it into the girls playroom to photograph while they play.  My photography is very family based so I try to just incorporate my photography into whatever we are doing in the moment.

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Read The Everyday Photograph

The concept of everyday photography is a beast!  So much so that I wrote an entire book about how to photograph your everyday and create beautiful images out of ordinary events.  If you haven’t read The Everyday Photograph: The Art of Seeing Beauty In Ordinary Moments, it’s a must read for learning about everyday photography.  Not only does it help you to see your surroundings in a different way, but it helps you to capture them with your camera.  Plus, everyone is really excited to watch my editing videos and this includes a 1-hour video to see how I edit!

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Keep Your Camera Out

When finding time for photography, one of the most simple things you can do is make your camera available at all times.  Whether this is keeping it on the kitchen counter or on a coffee table, make sure that your camera has a home where it always sits.  This will help when spontaneous, photographable moments happen throughout your day.  Instead of stumbling over yourself, trying to find your camera, you can quickly grab it and snap a few pictures.  Like during lunchtime, when the light is just right and your little one has their oh so precious elbows propped on the table, enjoying a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.  If my camera was stuck in a camera bag somewhere, I would have missed this simple everyday moment that takes me back to singing the peanut butter and jelly song with my toddler everyday during lunchtime.

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Aim for A Monthly Project

I definitely don’t pick up my camera every single day.  In fact, there are weeks that go by without picking it up because life can be busy.  To ensure that too much time doesn’t go by unphotographed, I make it a monthly goal to do one session with my girls each month.  Each month, I do a short sister session with them and use it as an opportunity to write a little monthly letter to them.  This accomplishes two things: documenting my kids through photography and documenting their childhood in writing.  And it also reduces the guilt, if I haven’t had time to photography lately.  No matter what happens throughout the month, I know that I at least have one session with my kids to photograph this chapter in their lives.  And once a month is super manageable, right!?

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Let Your Family See It’s Importance

Honestly, just be honest with your family.  You would be amazed with how much honesty brings results.  If you simply tell your family how much photography means to you, they can help you with finding time for photography.  Maybe this means reminding you to grab your camera when heading out on a family item, or maybe this means helping you scramble the kids together for a quick photo before church.  If your family knows how much your photography means to you, they can support and encourage you.

Finding time for photography can really seem like a struggle, with all of the hats we wear as mamas.  But remember, one of our most important hats is being a documentarian.  It’s important that we photograph these little moments with our family because, if we don’t do it, it will not get done.  Being really intentional about photography today will make you a very grateful mama tomorrow, as you look back on years of family yearbooks that contain irreplaceable candids of your everyday.

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Monthly Goal Setting : Things I Do Daily, Weekly and Monthly To Create Balance

We have all heard of that magical word: BALANCE.  The concept of balance can be such a struggle that many have come to the opinion that balance doesn’t truly exist.  Can we really balance multiple things so that our heart feels fulfilled in all areas of our life?  While some question it’s possibility, I believe it is possible to create balance.  Notice how I say create, as I think balance is something we need to be intentional with and it will look different for each of us, since we all have different things we need to balance.  As a stay-at-home mom of a 2 year old and a 1 year old, who owns and runs a photography business from home, I have really studied and prayed about this concept of balance to make sure that my heart is at peace with how I handle all of my responsibilities and ensures that I go to sleep at night knowing I did my best.  It’s not to say that I have the perfect balance secret, but have learned that monthly goal setting is my biggest ticket to balancing home, work, motherhood, faith, me time, and photography.

So many have asked me how I manage to make time for photography, my business, publishing eBooks and personal projects, while staying home full time with two young children.  It is all about being really intentional with my time.  To give you a little glimpse at my approach to creating and feeling balanced and being intentional with my time, here are things that I do daily, weekly and monthly to create balance and make time for myself in the form of monthly goal setting.

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If you don’t have a goal planner, I urge you to get one.  This is my third year using a goal planner and it has honestly changed my life.  And I don’t say that lightly, I honest to goodness know that this planner has done amazing things for me.  I started using one right after my first baby was born, as I needed a little something to encourage me to continue creating personal goals to ensure that my business and self continued to thrive, while taking on the most beautiful job ever: being a mama.  I think goal setting is one thing that we, as mamas, can do for ourselves to ensure that we continue to balance our dreams and hobbies, while we pour our hearts into our babies.  And because goal setting is monthly, it really encourages us to check in with our goals every 30 days (and even daily) to see what we are achieving and what we need to be more intentional about.

I make goals every month for myself and, while some goals stay the same, others change from month to month.  I check in with my goals multiple times a day to make sure I am on track and to see how I need to plan my time for the day or week.  When creating my monthly goals, I usually sit down around the 25th of the month to really dive deep into the next month’s goals by seeing what new things I want to achieve the next month and to see what things I would like to continue from the previous month.

To give you a clear idea of how I do this, here is a real life look at my goals and what I do daily, weekly and monthly to create balance in my life and heart.

Encouraging Words & Top Priority

On top of each month, there is a space to write encouraging words to yourself and to declare your top priority.  Usually my words remind me of patience and to resist perfectionism.

Monthly Goals

When it comes to monthly goal setting, my monthly goals tend to change from month to month and are goals that usually take a little more time.  I usually take a photography class, complete a Bible study, having a photo session with my girls, and read at least two books for leisure each month, as a way of carving out time for myself.  Those four goals are consistent, but other goals change from month to month based on projects I am working on.  Things like planning birthday parties, putting together Easter baskets, or working on an eBook are other things that I would put in the monthly goal category.

Next to each goal is a progress bar, which is my favorite part.  My husband and I are both really motivated by progress bars so he understands my joy when I monitor my monthly progress with my monthly goal setting.   The progress bar is so encouraging because it is a visual way to see where you are spending your time and what areas could use a little more time, throughout the month.

Weekly Goals

My weekly goals actually tend to be the same each month, as I have found these weekly things have really created balance for me.  It’s important to understand that when you find something that works, it’s okay to repeat it!  Ride that train!  It took me awhile to really develop my system for weekly goals but they really work for me and make me feel balanced.

  • Dedicated time to myself: every week, I intentionally take some time to myself.  My husband knows of this weekly goal and encourages me every weekend to take some mama time, where I head out for a couple hours all on my own to do something completely for myself.  Whether it’s get a pedicure or browse Target aisles by myself, it’s a time to fill my cup.  No grocery shopping or errands, but something for me.
  • Blog: I like to be intentional about blogging once a week, as it encourages me to keep up with my editing and helps encourage me to keep my website active.
  • Clear email inbox by Friday: this is a huge business game changer for me, when balancing work and family.  I like to go into each weekend with a clear inbox so that I can truly be present with my family.  I like to make sure everything is buttoned up and responded to by Friday and literally delete everything in my inbox before going into my weekend.  It also ensures that my correspondence is always up to date with clients, collaborations, or bookkeeping.
  • Complete a nagging task: we all have those nagging tasks that we hate to do.  I like to pick one, each week, and tackle it.  Whether it is scheduling a doctor’s appointment, finishing an editing project, or writing a list of thank you notes, I make sure I tackle one dreaded task a week.  When nagging tasks linger, it can be really disruptive to long term progress so tackling them weekly really helps make time for the big stuff.
  • Purge and donate one area: I am big into organizing and maintaining order.  I like to pick one area of the house each week to tidy and, if necessary, purge.  Whether it is the mail station on the kitchen counter or the girls’ playroom, I pick something to organize and, if needed, donate or purge.  Keeping the house tidy and minimizing things really helps everything just run smoothly.

Daily Goals

Like my weekly goals, my daily goals have stayed the same for awhile now.  I have really found the perfect rhythm for myself that creates my version of balance.  Daily goals are meant to be completed and checked in on daily, allowing you to put a checkmark next to each goal/task in your goal planner.

  • Read Bible: I am a 5:00am riser and I love starting my day right, with coffee and my Bible.  Whether it is working on a Bible study or working on a daily reading (I am reading the Bible this year), I like to spend about 30 minutes to an hour with my Bible each morning, or day.  Faith is something that pours over into motherhood, being a wife and running a business and simply helps me.
  • Laundry: about 5-6 months ago I started doing one load of laundry a day to ensure laundry was never a stressor.  It works!  It usually takes me about 10 minutes a day and I have one load of laundry washed, dried, folded and put away usually before lunchtime.  This is a simple thing that ensures that our weekends aren’t full of chores and, instead, are full of meaningful family time.
  • Mama Prayer: making time daily to be grateful and pray has been really encouraging for me.  It also helps me manage my stress by literally giving worries to God.
  • Water: I drink 64 oz of water each day, simple as that.  At the New Year, I cut myself down to only one cup of coffee per day, and the rest of the day is water.
  • Patience: with a 1 year old and 2 year old, being intentional with patience really helps.

Monthly goal setting really helps me maintain balance in my life, and helps ensure that I take care of myself so that I can be the best mama and wife I can be.  When I am intentional with my own personal goals, it really helps me live my best life.  As mamas, we are always putting others before us.  We are the cooks, cleaners, carpoolers, boo-boo kissers, and comforters.  Monthly goal setting is a simple way that we can check in with ourselves and ensure that we are continuously thinking about our own personal goals.

Through the use of my goal planner, I have achieved so many goals that would have seemed nearly impossible for a mom of two little ones.  It is amazing how a goal planner can be so encouraging and powerful, allowing me to put my dreams on paper.  Little things like daily Bible readings turn into reading the entire Bible.  Little things like daily writing turn into published eBooks.  One thing that I have learned is that little things turn into big things, so small daily tasks are just as important as big goals.

Do yourself a favor and give monthly goal setting a chance.  I promise you that putting your goals on paper is so powerful in creating balance and making time in your life to do all the things that you love.

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  • Shauna | Linden & Lavender - This is quite a helpful post. 2019 is the first time that I have ever written down any goals (which are in a book in a drawer). But, I love the idea of revisiting them and having them broken down into monthly, weekly and daily goals. Thank you for providing your examples. ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - That’s wonderful! Yes, I think having them out and visible is a really wonderful way to always check in with your goals.ReplyCancel

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