*awkward silence*

So uhh… long time no blog.  I’m doing a pretty cruddy job of keep up with my New Year’s resolution of blogging 3+ times a week and I apologize for that.  I think I was a little in over my head when I made that resolution! Between school and editing, I rarely have time to even sleep (or eat, or shower, or umm, BREATH).  Ahem, nevertheless, I had the pleasure of photographing my sweet little cousin, Charlee, and I have a few to share with you!

When I first met this girl, she was just over 2 pounds.  At the time, I was struggling with the decision of whether I wanted to go to school to become a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner or pursue my photography career.  I will always thank Charlee for making my decision clear.  I have so much respect for those nurses, because it takes a very special person to be able to work with those teeny tiny little humans.  After becoming quite light-headed watching a nurse adjust one of Charlee’s tubes, I understood my path.  I’ve been following it ever since.

I dream of the day that I can wake up, grab my camera, and go at it.  Soon enough, I’ll have it all.  My camera and my sweet clients.  That’s all I want.  Okay, that’s not entirely true… I also want my amazing faith, a yummy cup of coffee, and Lindor milk truffles.  Oh, and a pair of jeans that make my butt look good.  But, that’s it.




  1. Betty says:

    Taylor, my heart stopped with the thought of you walking away from photography as you would never have time as a nurse. My thoughts raced where would her clients go, her work is a gift and she is so special. But gosh shed make an amazing nurse too. God have given you the sweetest spirit. I hear it it your words and it blesses my heart. I have a daughter and she also has a sweet spirit. One day God willing our paths will meet ♡ from Canada

  2. Dieznaba says:

    + @snacktive: love that. yoga teachers are so smart!!!!!@meghan: wceolme! please come back and visit more. happy you’re reading :)@amelia: another way of saying, “less warming up and more turning it up”??? @elauinc: it’s all about the process. @annton: why is being good to yourself so hard sometimes? have to remember to nourish.

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