childhood unplugged

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she and i took a break from chaos that was reaking havoc on her mood, which was in turn killing my mood, to watch the sunset, and it pretty quickly turned into building a tiny hangout for bugs that was equipped with a empty snail shell sitting atop one of the sticks.  we both walked away with a calmer heart and head.

teaching our children to work through the anger and overwhelming feelings is a tough job, especially when their actions have us reacting in a way that is the total opposite of what we want to teach.  Thankfully we offer lots of grace to each other.

please join me in supporting the other photographers in our childhood unplugged movement by clicking here to see all our submissions for this month. also, follow us on instagram and remember to tag your unplugged moments with #childhoodunplugged for a chance to be featured on our IG feed.

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2 thoughts on “childhood unplugged

  1. I think the kids being out of school for a couple of weeks starts wreaking havoc on all of us. Glad you both took a breather. I keep having the same thought as I browse through everyone’s blog post this month, and that is, “These kids are getting so big!” Love taking this journey with you.

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