Category Archives: My Everyday Photography Project

Strolling With Daddy by Bethany Deschamp

summer evenings bring an opportunity for family time in a new way.  as the sun is out until later and the weather is warm, we are intentional about going for evening walks after dinner time with our baby girl.  i love everything about our evening walks and they are something that i always want to…

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Come Fly With Me by Bethany Deschamp

mother’s day found our weather finally turning beautiful, which was a gift indeed.  after a week of rain and chilly weather, we were graced with an 80 degree day and we jumped at the chance to spend it outdoors with our little girl.  having tried swinging on a swing a couple months ago, our little…

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A Patterned Pastime by Bethany Deschamp

during nap times lately, i have been going through older images.  i have been doing this equally to do some re-edits (as my editing style has improved very much since those early years with photography), as well as to simply review my portfolio and old favorites.  when i stumbled upon this image, it took me…

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After by Bethany Deschamp

if you are looking for advice on how to keep plants alive, i am not the girl you should come to.  they say that if you want to have a baby, you should test out your mothering on a plant.  but that is just plain bad advice.  seriously, my plant game may be awful but…

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Break For Kisses by Bethany Deschamp

last week found us on our very first road trip with the baby.  sure, we’ve traveled with her before, but always by plane.  this time our travel plans included 8 hours in the car and days full of sightseeing.  for a moment, we thought we were a little presumptuous thinking that we could achieve all…

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