A few days before Christmas, Jezriel and I took the kids down to San Diego to hang out with our family just before Christmas. Jezriel is from San Diego and when were there we love to stay at the hotels, I love the ambiance of them.Continue reading “Christmas Stay at Fairmont Grand Hotel”
This time up year just fly by. I typically book our photography ahead of time, but with a vacation in the mix it didn’t work out.Continue reading “Our Annual Holiday Cards”
Whoa how is it holiday season already? You guys this year I got our families holiday photos taken way ahead of time. And you know what? I’m so glad I did, because Jezriel has been extremely busy and traveling for work a little more than what I anticipated.
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.
As Christmas approaches,…I’m scrambling to put together a Christmas dinner menu and go grocery shopping later today. I thought about a simple tablescape.
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.
While searching and shopping online gifts for the holidays, I thought I’d put together a gift list for stuffing those stockings.
Can you believe these are our first professional family photos we’ve taken? I’m always taking photos of Cataleya. My dad takes photos of Cataleya and I, but I’ve just kept putting our family ones off.
Our whole family got to sleep in, and Jezriel made french toast, which is my favorite! I actually wanted to open presents first thing in the morning, however I was starving. After stuffing our faces we had major food coma. Soooo glad Cataleya felt the same and we napped for a good 1 – 2 hours. Continue reading “Christmas Day”