When a little girl forget her cherished stuffed bunny at the Adare Manor Hotel in January the staff made the bunny their guest of honor until they were reunited.
No more covering your refrigerator with ultrasound photos of your newest family member; the new trend coming our way is going to require shelf space. With 3D ultrasounds growing in popularity and 3D printers becoming more readily available it was just a matter of time before fetal images began being printed for parents-to-be.
When Rebecca, a mother of 3 from St. Catharines, Ontario, took her one year old to see Santa he got a little cranky waiting in line. As any nursing mom would do, Rebecca started nursing her son to comfort him. She joked that she should see if she could nurse him through the pictures. When the photographer and Santa were completely on board they went for it.
Just as we were all getting into the ugly sweater trend it’s out, passe, so last year. A new trend is emerging. Taking it up a notch to ugly Christmas pasties. I would recommend this trend remain in warmer climates, though.
It’s not just women who are saying Merry Breastmas.
As fun as these look, I think I’ll stick to a plain old ugly sweater for now.
Written by: Nikki Waring
Elf on the Shelf has become a staple of Christmas for so many children. The creepy little guy is a ton of fun for kids. For parents, he is the source of many midnight Google sessions for last second ideas and extra time cleaning in the morning. Needing some payback, these creative parents got their revenge on Scout.
Mother of 3, Heloise, has seen and heard it all. She uses her talents as a cartoonist to create the most relatable series of mom-toons to date. She tackles everything from breastfeeding to toddler-isms to postpartum depression and nails every single one.
Photographer Suzie Blake wanted to do a photo project that showed the realities of what day to day breastfeeding looks like. She stripped away the make-up, the fancy hair, and the pretty backdrops to get real and raw. Suzie started with a self-portrait of an over tired-mom and reached out on Facebook looking for other moms to participate.
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This project is about portraying breastfeeding in all its beautiful messiness. This is about tired eyes and no makeup. This is about
Illustrator and mother of two, Line Severinsen, creates a far too realistic look at pregnancy, from a humourous point of view.
When Oklahoma contractors started work on Emerson High School they never expected to stumble across this. As they removed chalkboards, to make way for new whiteboards, they found doodles and lesson plans from 1917, as if frozen in time.
On one board was a wheel used to teach multiplication, a technique that Emerson High Principal, Sherry Kishore, says she has never seen in her life.
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German photographer, Simon Scaffrath, is about to become a father this month. To celebrate their new son, Theodor, Simon and his wife wanted to do something special and the creative juices started flowing.
Every photo took one week to create; taking the photos on Sunday and photoshopping the final touches on until Wednesday, then planning the next Sunday’s shoot. Each photo has a special meaning and message for their son. Simon adds that Theo would often kick the plaster, making … Keep Reading!!!
Since starting their company in 2009, CanvasPop creators and employees have developed a passion for providing high quality art, photography, and home decor. All products are made in North American facilities, to ensure quality and efficiency of your order. As if that wasn’t enough, they offer a lifetime guarantee on their products and are only satisfied if the customer is, which has lead them to provide world-class customer service.
I found the hardest part of the whole process to be … Keep Reading!!!
November 17 is World Day of Prematurity, a day set aside to recognize all babies born premature. One Quebec based premie advocacy group, PremaQuebec, partnered with photographer RedM to create a photo series titled “Les Prémas”, or “The Preemies”, in English. The concept is simple, photograph kids and adults who were born premies, holding photos of themselves in the NICU.