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“a portrait of Ezra, once a week…every week, in 2014.”
This is how exciting it is to be in Spokane, WA for the first night of the Skull Church tour!


Jenna long - Hi Kelly! Hope all is well! Not sure if you remember me/us…jade’s friend…we met a couple times coming or going to the kids gym. My boys are Julian and Major. We have since moved from whitefish to Spokane! It was right around the move that stumbled on your fabulous blog (about 4 months ago). I love seeing Ezra in all his Montana adventures!

Of course your last entry peaked my interest with the Spokane reference! I remember reading a post from a while ago with Ezra going down the famous giant red wagon slide! We love it here! So many wonderful parks and nature right in the city. We live on the South Hill next to Manito park (if y’all haven’t been there it is a must!).

Keep up the good work! Love your photography and style! #7142259959…for next time ya make a Spokane visit! Cheers!

Jenna Long

We Camped At Glacier National Park!


If you’re a regular to my blog, you know about our first family camping experience….funny times! I stated that we would totally camp again before summertime ends….and I’ve got pictures to prove it!

This time, we went with some friends of ours and we had a blast!  It’s refreshing to experience camping with lighthearted- go- with the flow- people, who also have a baby in their tribe. Its a lot of work to camp…and its even more work to camp with kids! This was a one-night camping trip…next year the goal is to do a 2 and 3 day camping trip!

To make this easy…we split the meals….Garret & Melissa took care of dinner and Reed & I took care of breakfast [and coffee, of course!]. Although, Melissa pretty much made the breakfast too since Ezra was freezing cold [and momma forgot to bring gloves!]. I remembered to bring most of what I forgot the first time, but due to the colder temps in Glacier Park….I forgot the warmer things like gloves and thick socks. One day…..one day I’ll pack all that I need, but until then….I’ll laugh and make the most of it!

We sat around the fire late into the night. We laughed hard. We spoke life over each other. A memorable camping trip, indeed!