Alayna Grace is ten months old! Can you believe it? I can't. . . She's more and more lovely every time I see her. I just adore this little beauty.
I'm so thankful for this little beauty. Even with two of my three crazy weasel boys running around, she managed to be gorgeous and all smiles throughout her session. I'm so blessed to get to have these precious moments with Alayna once a month. They always remind me how thankful I am for such good friends and their wonderful children. God is so, so good! He showers me with blessings. I'm so thankful to him for sweetest Alayna Grace!
Net neutrality is a central component of modern education. Without it, ISPs could block resources offered by competitors or restrict access from sites with an opposing ideology. It would be an Internet where Frontier or Fios would choose what you can view or read or research or watch or download. . . Or perhaps they'd just slow your connection down if you were on their black-list of sites (AT&T's grandfathered "unlimited" data plan, anyone? They used to text me every month telling me they were slowing me down because I'd used "too much data" on my monthly "unlimited plan."
It shouldn't be news to you that I've been fighting an eating disorder for 11+ years (and if it is, surprise!). With a long history of food struggles, I'm hyper aware of how I and others talk about eating. And you guys it's a bit depressing. We ladies are obsessed--no, seriously obsessed --with the topic of food. We agonize over it; pine over it; whine about it; meme it; Instagram it; cautiously count and weigh it; read about it; and talk, talk, talk, talk, talk (you get the idea) about it...
Travis and Maddie are just like lovely together. Since we were already at the dallas arboretum for sweet Susan's birthday, we couldn't resist snapping some shots of these love birds. Their real engagement photos are still on the way but I hope you get a picture of just how wonderful these two are. I cannot wait for their wedding coming soon . . .