I’ve been struggling a lot with hip and lower back pain ever since having Jax. All the aches and pains are worth it though to see this sweet little boys face... now I must go back to my pelvic floor exercises and scheduling a chiropractic appointment to realign these hips. 🖤
Saturdays are for swinging at the park for this little one’s photo shoot!
Look at how cute she is and so happy just being little!
Just editing this pretty wedding and I am loving every minute of it 🥰🖤
I’ll just leave this right here for all of those who need to smile.
Two months since Hayes Jackson Goehring went to be with Jesus.
Photography captures moments that are fleeting. Here and then so quickly gone. Moments that can never be replicated… That’s what I watched unfold as I quietly clicked the shutter release on my camera at the hospital. These sweet friends wouldn’t have any more moments with their son… This was all they had and I HAD to give them every single moment. The moments I wanted to look away were met with the the thought of “This is all the time they have with Hayes.” And thoughts of, “Lord, I can’t do this anymore.” were met with the reminder that our Father is constantly present with us in our most joyful and sorrow-filled moments, so we as his children get to do the same for others.
I’m thankful that the Lord would allow me to capture these moments. Hayes’ life impacted me in ways that I can never fully put into words. I can’t fully express how it reminds me that the Lord’s plans are for a greater purpose than I can comprehend, or even how our deep love and affection for the things He gives us, like our children, are to be even more grand and beautiful in eternity because they will be complete in the presence of our Savior.
Hayes’ you made me fall more in love with my God. Lord, I’m grateful for his life. Thank you Jesus for being so near in the days of joy and especially in the days of grief.
There is a full blog post honoring all the Lord has done and continues to do through Hayes’ life at the link in my profile. Thank you Leslie and Seth for allowing me to celebrate your sweet son. 🖤