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When Share Six released this monthly theme, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. See they release their theme on the 6th of every month and I knew as of May 24th we would be going on out Texas vacation and I could incorporate this theme perfectly!

Street Photography! Something that takes me out of my comfort zone! I had never really tried it, afraid I might get weird looks but I felt like on vacation it's more acceptable.. lol. But after doing this project on vacation I want to give it a try in my everyday life as there is always a story being told where ever you go. But for now my story on the six photos I took.

My husband and I love the show Fixer Upper... to be honest who doesn't?! So we started talking about visiting Magnolia Market in Waco.

We didn't just visit Waco. We started in San Antonio where we enjoyed the River Walk, The Alamo and The Missions. From there we drove to Waco and then to Dallas. It was our first vacation as a family of three and we had a wonderful time.

Now they say to avoid the crowds do not attend Magnolia Market on a Saturday, but with our travel plans that is what day was allowed. They are also closed on Sundays. So we knew we had to start at early and the Silos Bakery opens up at 730am with the market opening at 9am. We stayed at Hilton Waco and it was a nice .7 mile walk to the market.

The silos bakery was magical just as you watched the fixer upper transform on the TV. We had the Ship-lap and the Silobration cupcake along a cinnamon roll and blueberry muffin. We then got to enjoy the grounds. My little one had a great time swinging and running around on the grass. People started lining up at the door to the market about 30 mins prior, we were about 15 in line. When the doors opened  it was crazy! It's amazing how fast the store filled up! I got a few items and was out of there by 9am. So in the grand scheme of things not bad at all but there are tons of crowds to maneuver through.

We did go back there later in the afternoon and enjoyed some food from the food trucks, music was going, kids were playing. Chip and Joanna definitely thought of it all when it came to the Silo's it 's a true family gathering place!

If you are interested street photography, check out this blog circle https://sharesix.wordpress.com/2017/05/06/may-2017-street-photography/

Connection-Share Six


a relationship in which a person, thing or idea is linked or associated with something else

Connections are everywhere, in the way we place one foot in front of the other or how we add 1+1=2. To the way we connect with our families, friends and the environment around us. They all create a certain type of relationship. Watching my little boy grow is no different, he has connection with me as his mom, his dad, grandparents and how things work around him. I love watching him grow and learn new things every day.

When Share Six, a photography group that shares 6 images on the 6th of the month related to a theme; released their monthly of connection I knew immediately where I was going with this theme.

Apr 20, 2017

It's that time of the year when people are finishing up high school or college, a time to celebrate a major accomplishment in life! And I had the opportunity to do two graduation sessions in the same week!

These two stunning women are going places.

First is Jen, she has worked hard the past 4 year along with working at a local children's hospital as a patient care tech. Now she is graduating from nursing school and will soon be taking on a new position as a RN! I am so proud to know this girl and work beside her. She will make an amazing nurse, passionate in the field and for her patients! Jen loves to hike, so a beautiful desert scene was perfect, although we could have done without the wind that day. But it all worked out! Check out these stunning photos from her shoot!

Seconds, is my sister Lori; graduating from ASU with a bachelors in social work! So what better place to take these photos then in the heart of Tempe. Lori has worked so hard since high school and I am super proud of the profession she chose. She is going to help so many people. She has a lot going on this year with graduating and planning a wedding for this October. Check out these gorgeous photos and she really knows how to rock some heels!

Congratulations class of 2017!

Up Town Funk-  A Stylized Maternity Shoot

This past March I joined an amazing shoot out thanks to Malia B Photography!

What is a shoot out?

It's an event for photographers to get together; network, learn from each other and take photos in this case of some beautiful mom's to be.

Malia created an amazing theme of Uptown Funk! Words come to mind- edgy, funky, alley ways, rooftops, classic car, downtown vibe.

I can't thank her enough for her creativity and giving me this opportunity to learn new skills!

Check these out and contact me for your maternity shoot!

Design by Malia B Photography with M+M Mainly Motherhood Stylized Shoot Outs
Hair: Emvee Artistry
Makeup: Emvee Artistry & @Ruby_minerva
Videographer: Street Studios Video Production
1) Mary Schwickerath (Street model)
2) Lindsey Blount-Wiersum (rooftop model)
3) Angel Christine ( alley model with her hubby)