An Oasis in Buenos Aires

The weekend after we were in Santa Fe we had another friend’s wedding in another fabulous destination – Buenos Aires!  I actually had an exchange student from Argentina when I was in high school, and the following summer I went down and lived with her family for a few months, which was the last time I was in BA.  I…

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A Weekend in Santa Fe

A few weeks ago, Chris and I went to Santa Fe for the weekend (sans kids) for a friend’s wedding.  I had just gotten back from a work trip to California the day before we left, and when Declan saw me re-packing my suitcase and he realized I was leaving again he said, “But Mommy, I STILL miss you from before!”…

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Reflections on Motherhood – Maggie + Fields

Happy Mother’s Day!  A couple months ago I had the great pleasure of photographing my dear friend Mignonne with her 1-month old baby boy, Fielding (Maggie & Fields to their friends).  Maggie is such a beautiful person inside and out, and I love seeing her thriving in this new role as a mama.  Fields is beyond precious (with the best head…

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Cherry Blossoms

Last Friday, I left work a little early and jumped on the subway to meet Chris and the kids at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens to see the cherry blossoms.  I loved our visit last year at this time, and we were going to be out of town the next three weekends so this was my last chance to see them all in bloom.

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Ice Cream + Cute Things

The worst part about being sick for me is not being able to snuggle and kiss my kids.  It makes my heart hurt.  So in lieu of that, I found myself looking at pictures and making a mental list of all the cute things they are doing and saying now, which I thought I would share here.

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Boone Hall + The Restoration

I had read about the Boone Hall Plantation before my first trip to Charleston last year, and was dying to see their famous Avenue of the Oaks.  (Boone Hall is also known for its role in the movie The Notebook (Allie’s family’s summer house) and as the site of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ wedding.)  I wasn’t able to get out there that time, but this time around I was determined not to miss it.

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Sullivan’s Island

We had the most amazing weather when we were in Charleston at the end of March – basically 75 and sunny every day.  It was such a nice taste of summer after what felt like an incredibly long winter in NYC, so we decided to get out of town and spend a day at the beach with the kids.  There are several great beaches within 30 minutes of Charleston, and we decided to go to Sullivan’s Island which was one of the closest options and had great reviews.

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