It’s hard to believe that’s she’s been by my side for three years now. It’s even harder to imagine life without little Miss Parker. Thinking back, Parker’s pregnancy was a bit difficult around the 35 week mark. She developed an irregular heartbeat (so thankful that it resolved itself) and I was practically debilitated with pelvic girdle pain (PGP). I could barely put one foot in front of the other, let alone get out of bed, without tears in my eyes. When it came time to head to the hospital and attempt a VBAC, I wasn’t even thinking about what the baby’s sex might be…and then she was here. It’s hard to express how grateful I am to be given the chance to raise a boy AND a girl. I’ll admit, there are far less concerns when it comes to raising a boy, but I think part of this fear stems from the fact that, well, I’m a girl. I know what hurdles she must cross and problems she must navigate. Thankfully, Parker is strong willed, determined, funny, polite, kind and thoughtful. I have no doubt that she will shine as bright as those eyes. As you will gather from the following shoot, Parker spends much of her day…dreaming. My love!