When I was asked to participate with the ladies at 30 Minutes in the Life in their monthly blog circle, I was delighted. It didn't take me long to start fantasizing about all the amazing activities I could plan for our family (for me to shoot for this blog). I spent a solid few weeks agonizing over WHICH activity would be best. WHICH would be most fun to shoot. And the more I pondered, the more stressful the whole ordeal began to sound. Despite my best intentions, whenever I try to plan an activity for the purpose of me taking photographs, it turns into the kids being frustrated and wanting to go do their own thing, and me getting frustrated that no one will cooperate for me to get THE shot. Then it occurred to me: why don't I document an ACTUAL 30 minutes in our normal, daily life?
So I did.
Easter break. No school. "Moooom, I'm BORED."
Here is a glimpse of 30 minutes in our Easter vacation life.
Thanks so much for joining me for 30 Minutes in the Life! Please follow the circle on around to see 30 minutes in the life of Kristi Burton Photography - Utah Family Photographer.