Going to Disney World can either be a very stressful, overwhelming, exhausting process or a fun and magical vacation… it’s up to you! On June 30th, I took over Pinhole Press’s Instagram. I was there with my husband and almost two-year-old, 6 months pregnant, it was in the 90s, pretty crowded, thunderstorms rolling in early afternoon… and we had an amazing day!!
Let’s make today the most colorful day of the year.
There is nothing sweeter than a newborn and in-home newborn sessions have my entire heart. There’s just something so magical about those first few days at home as a new family. As a photographer, I am always so honored to have the opportunity to capture these fleeting moments.
Summer is the best. As a teacher, it means time away, time to refuel and time with family. I love that I get to spend the whole Summer making new memories with the family, especially our daughter, Quinn.
After years of seeing you design your own unique and adorable Custom Board Books with us, we’re excited to be able to announce our newest addition to our best-loved, board book collection. It’s the new…
Hi there! Mom of two small, very creative, and crafty pre-school aged kids (and one baby), scrubber of walls, and owner of paint-stained items. Do you love the idea of purchasing a crafty gift for your little one, but you aren’t up to date on exactly which options to choose? Or are you interested in adding to your own set of craft supplies? If so, we’ve got the rundown on some great and not-so-great ones to add to your mix!
We loved creating our special Mother’s Day video with the help of our preschoolers. But we all know the best parts are the ones that didn’t make the cut. Here’s some of the fun we had while filming!
Pinhole Press is always on a mission to spread smiles and this Mother’s Day was no different. We wanted to do something special for you mamas out there, but we couldn’t find the words to say how much we love and appreciate all that you do. Read More “Happy Mother’s Day”
You grab the kids, stumble into the school carrying various lunches, backpacks and science projects. You rush into the classroom plopping down your child’s things only to see their classmates handing the teacher various thank you gifts and bags. Is it Teacher Appreciation Day already? Now what?