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Nom, Avocado

On December 16, 2012, Posted by , In Charlie Bastian,Parenting,Photography, By , With No Comments

We decided to go for it today—Charlie’s first food! (Posted via Instagram)

Hire my husby

On December 15, 2012, Posted by , In Charlie Bastian,Family,Louie,Photography, With No Comments

Dear friends: If you have any leads for an illustrator, graphic artist, 2D animator, or similar position, I have an awesome candidate who also happens to be the co-creator of this amazing ball of sweetness. (Posted via Instagram)

A babywearing Daddy

On December 14, 2012, Posted by , In Charlie Bastian,Family,Parenting,Photography, By , With No Comments

So much to love about this image. (Posted via Instagram)

6 months with my Bumble Bee

On December 11, 2012, Posted by , In Charlie Bastian,Photography, By , , With No Comments

Happy Half Birthday my Baby Boy. You bring so much light into this world. (Posted via Instagram)

Happy 3rd Heaven Day, Rainbow

On December 10, 2012, Posted by , In Photography, By , , With No Comments

Wearing a butterfly in honor of Rainbow’s 3rd year in heaven today. Thank you to those who remember her with us today. (Posted via Instagram)

Day 6: What Not to Say (Capture Your Grief)

They’re in a better place: as a parent, it’s hard to accept that there is a better place for my child than with me, and even though I know being with God is the best place, it won’t stop my longing. Anything that begins with At least is probably more…

The 5th Belongs to Calvin: Capturing Grief

Today, I want to share a photo-a-day project I’m participating in called “Capture Your Grief,” which was created by Carly Marie, an amazing force in the babyloss community. It provides a way for bereaved families to process and share their grief during Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month (click the…

The 5th Belongs to Calvin: Tears are sacred

Chairs, Candles, and Tissue Not long after losing Calvin, Louie and I began attending a bereaved parents support group through the hospital. We met in the same room every week for two months. The chairs would be arranged in a circle, and in the middle of the circle would be…