childhood unplugged

2016, childhood unplugged, us

around the block with only half the neighborhood kids.

i am so grateful for what we have in this neighborhood.  i swear, it’s just like it used to be, in the “old days” as they say.  i am always hearing people talk about how they wish it was the way it used to be.  and as i am listening to them describe their childhood of running around the neighborhood with all their friends like a small gang, going from house to house, grabbing snacks along the way and staying out until the sun went down, i stop and think, that is exactly what my kids have. when school lets out and homework is done, and all weekend long, the streets are echoing screams of laughter and chaos. they help break up fights between each other and make up more times than i can count on my two hands. but at the end of the day as they make their way back to their own homes they are all best friends again with a heart full of memories that will last a lifetime.

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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