I am a full time mommy to one fierce and fiery redhead. I am also a wife, a photographer, a designer and a documenter. I blog at Bliss by Andrea Jene.
There is something so peaceful about a sleeping newborn baby. Brand new,…"
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I am a full time mommy to one fierce and fiery redhead. I am also a wife, a photographer, a designer and a documenter. Chances are you are a mommy or will be very soon. Sit down, relax a while and enjoy some visual inspiration; for a well designed, well played and well lived childish adventure.
What is your blogging philosophy?
There is something so peaceful about a sleeping newborn baby. Brand new, flawless, unencumbered, angelic…pure bliss!
Motherhood is anything but pure bliss. It is a marathon and a sprint all in one. I end my days exhausted, wondering how I will make it thru the next, and yet can’t wait to see what tomorrow will bring. When I slow down and truly live in the moment, I find bliss. I am not a writer but I am a document-er. I use my camera to put me in the moment and stop time.
The days stretch into infinity and the years are fleetingly passing by. I want nothing more than to capture these moments and hold on tight to Addison’s childhood as it is now. Today Addison is just as she is, my baby girl, a miracle…pure bliss!
Chances are you are a mommy or will be very soon, either way my guess is you are exhausted. Sit down, relax a while and enjoy a little bit of visual inspiration for your mommy journey. This is the place I share what is going on in our world and hope you will feel like sharing a little of yourself by leaving a comment or two.
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