Tips On Getting That Perfect Holiday Family Photo!

I am loving each holiday season that comes along more and more ever since Jezriel and I started growing our family. One commitment I’m promising myself are family photos for each holiday season. This year I’m partnering with JCPenney to give you behind the scenes and tips to take your holiday family photos at home.

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Our Story with Fracture

Who else is guilty of taking a ton of photos, capturing those precious moments, and end up never printing them?  For me they happened to get archived away in my external hard drive somewhere. This year I’ve really put in effort to have them displayed either on our desks, dressers, and walls because Cataleya loves looking at them… as well as myself when I walk by.

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Brightening Up Our Living Room

I was brightening up our dining space so it made sense to also do the same in our living area since they are adjacent to each other. The other challenge I had with the space besides the dark finishes were the wall heights. It gave the illusion of a bigger space but when selecting decor pieces the scale could of been really off if I wasn’t careful.

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Be In Two Places At Once?

When Cataleya was first born we bought and returned so many baby monitors, but none worked for us. Even though we constantly found ourselves needing one, we still got stuck eventually not having one 😩. A few issues we had with other monitors was the connectivity, clarity both day, especially the night vision, and poor audio.

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Organizing My Baking Essentials

You would think the first thing I would do in our kitchen is to organize my constant baking essentials I constantly grab for.  Had my fair share of mistakes, I’ve accidentally scooped up corn starch instead of powder sugar a few times in my random zip lock bags.

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