We are so happy to share Madison's work on this installment of The Story Behind. One thing that makes our hearts swoon is when we see fathers playing with their kids. We can't explain it, but for us, it's like a sappy Hallmark card and it gets us every.single.time. So when we spotted her image in our IG tag feed, there was no doubt we wanted to feature it on the blog and lucky for us, Madison obliged and let us know the sweet story

Lets talk about group projects. If you've been a part of one, you know just how incredible they can be. Not only do they push you outside of your comfort zone, they also introduce you to people with likeminded interests and can produce lasting friendships. Group projects can represent just about anything like a theme, a location and/or in this case, a darling little dress. When we spotted Summer's dreamy image in our IG tag feed, we were immediately drawn to the feeling of summer highlighted

Lets just start this post by saying, this little nugget is sooooo cute! SERIOUSLY!! Now, that's out of the way, we want to welcome Lauren to the blog today for our The Story Behind series. We spotted her adorable photo while scrolling through our IG tag feed and we had to take a pause and soak in all the joy and cuteness it exuded. We love the soft monotone display of colors and how the composition points you in the direction of what really

Newborns! Seriously folks, what doesn't make you smile more than seeing darling newborn photos? Well, that certainly happened to us when we spotted Shiloh's sweet little creation in our IG tag feed. Between the beautiful colors and gorgeous light, the creative use of the crib railing as leading lines to our favorite, that head full of wispy hair, we knew immediately we wanted to share it with you all in our The Story Behind series so we could learn about how this photo came to be.

When we see the images tagged in our IG tag feed, it makes us so happy that people want to share their art with us. We know you all put your heart and soul into your work so the least we can do is share it. When we came across Stephanie's brilliant photo, we had a hard time scrolling past it. We found ourselves looking at all the wonderful details. We instantly felt joy because let's be honest, we are in a little need of that

We think we can all agree that 2020 has challenged us. We've been tested by COVID-19 and we have witnessed things that have shocked and moved us, from the horrible death of George Floyd to all the protests and people standing together to forge change. We are hurting with the Black Community and POC so please know that we stand with you. When we spotted Monica's photo in our IG tag feed, we shared it back at the height of COVID-19. Rainbows became the symbol of hope