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3 months old today. I’ve never been a baby person. I spent my entire pregnancy upset, afraid, angry, etc.; I just was not looking forward to being a mom (even though I knew that the timing was right and that this was right for us). Since having Darrow, I am completely at peace. Life feels right with him in it. He’s added such a special dimension to our family that I never knew existed. There are nights of little sleep, diaper explosions, extra bags to carry around, and more laundry to do, but I wouldn’t trade life now for anything. The depression before and during pregnancy weren’t fun, but I think it has made the current peace and joy more recognizable, appreciated, and special. I wouldn’t change previous chapters of my life, but now that I’m in this chapter, I wouldn’t go back to any previous time in life. I’m loving life as a mom (and subsequently a Momtographer). Life is good. Life is Joy. And now my family and friends can all say “I told you so.”
I’m Dina a military wife, a mom and a photographer. I’ve been on a journey to improve my photography by going to Art School and sharing my love of photography with other moms in my local area. I also love to follow my son around and photography him. Recently my husband was selected for a year tour to Korea.
It is part of the military, so I can’t help but be sad but I know that it’s what I signed up for as well. But to make a positive out of a negative I decided to take on a daily photo of our little boy until my husband returned to us. So, he takes images of his location in Korea and then I take pictures of our son. We share them on a private blog. It has been really positive to allow us to stay connected and I’m so thankful for having technology to be able to do that!
It’s not easy getting the golden light here in the UK where we tend to have grey over cast skies! This was one evening with rare golden evening light so i grabbed the opportunity to take some photos of Leila.
when we were little girls my dad took us to a field thick with poppies in Woodstock near Oxford and we picked poppies and wheat and my mum put them in a vase on the table. I’d love to take my girls to share the same experience but all i could find was this tiny field with a small scattering of poppies.