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There are two thought processes when it comes to whether or not you should register or purchase something for a baby, fulling knowing that said baby won’t use it for long.

First thought process: Whatever makes baby happy, even if just for a little while, is definitely worth the cost.

Second thought process: Baby stuff can be expensive so why spend money on something they’ll only use a month and then never need or want again?

Being a first time momma, and new to everything baby, of course I maintained the first thought process – Just keep baby from crying! Now that I’m almost 4 months into this thing called mommy-hood, I know better. Now, when I’m shopping for Graeme, I consider the cost of something as well as how long he’ll be able to use it.

The list below includes a hand fully of items that we started using from the day we brought Graeme home from the hospital and still use today. Not shown are tons of items that he used for a few weeks to a month and, in my opinion, could have been substituted for something else and are not really worth the cost. Live and learn and then share the experience!

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1. Prefold cloth diapers – While we aren’t cloth diapering (Pampers for the win!), we LOVE using these for burp cloths! Sure, there are some really cute patterned burp cloths out there but when it comes to spit-up, you want something substantial and something that will withstand washing, yet soft enough to use on baby’s face, etc. We received tons of different kinds of burp cloths but these are our favorites.

2.Blooming Bath Baby Bath – I love this thing so much! You can use it in the sink or inside an baby bathtub, which is how we use it. Why? Because baby bathtubs are hard plastic. There’s no getting around it. Sure, our baby bathtub has a sling insert for infants (to make it more comfortable, I imagine) but it doesn’t compare to how comfortable the blooming bath is! We just sit the blooming bath bath tub inside the baby bathtub and contour it to the baby bathtub and sit Graeme right on top. It absorbs the warm water so it keeps him warmer during the bath. It’s crazy soft so I know he’s comfortable, but the best thing is that he stays put. No slipping around!

3. Homedics Noise Machine – We have two noise machines, one in our bedroom for nighttime sleep, and one in the nursery for naps. We liked the one in his nursery because it’s portable and attaches to the crib and car seat but it would automatically turn off after 45 minutes and the sudden absence of noise caused Graeme to wake up before he was ready. Not cool. Right now, he naps without a noise machine (yay!) but to keep him from waking up before he’s ready, THIS works perfectly! We’ve not used anything else so I can’t say it’s the best but I’m glad I paid attention to Lucie’s List and registered for it because it’s all we’ll ever need!

4. Tula Ergonomic Baby Carrier – There are so many baby carriers out there. SO MANY. I probably spent more time researching baby carriers than any other baby item and I’m so glad I did. We have two other carriers and a couple wraps, yet Graeme only likes the Tula! It’s made to carry baby 15-45 pounds, but with the newborn insert, you don’t have to wait!

5. Summer Infant SwaddleMe Wrap – I WISH we hadn’t wasted our time or money on swaddle blankets! We bought the best kind too and nothing but these amazing SwaddleMe Wraps could keep our hoodini swaddled! We lost so much sleep re-swaddling Graeme in the first 6 weeks or so. Please don’t make the same mistake!

6. Britax B-Safe infant car seat – We love love love our Britax infant car seat and stroller! But I know of plenty of people who have different brands and love there’s all the same. We went with Britax because of their steel frame built (STEEL!) and their high safety ratings. Whatever brand you go with PLEASE look into their safety ratings but also, make sure you get one that has an adjustable incline base. We didn’t know how important it is until recently when Graeme started sitting up (assisted) and being reclined in the newborn position just wasn’t comfortable anymore.

7. Angelcare Monitor – I make this suggest no matter how your child sleeps (back or belly) because peace of mind is gold. However, if you have a belly sleeper like I do, this is mandatory in my book. SIDS is real but also is the fact that some babies just won’t sleep on their backs unless they’re swaddled and on an incline. What can you do about it? Get this monitor! It’s tracks even the slightest movement (aka, breathing) so I know that Graeme is safe sleeping on his tummy in his crib.

8. WubbaNub – They use these in NICUs so it must be good, right? Graeme will NOT suck on a pacifier. Any brand, any kind. None. BUT he loves to chew (read: gum) on them and the WubbaNub helps him hold on to it better. He likes the chew on the hands and feet too.

9. Kick and Play Piano Gym – If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve probably seen a few pictures of Graeme lying on this play mat. He plays on it several times a day and his interest in it has only grown as he’s gotten older. He LOVES to kick so having something like the keys of the piano to kick against makes it way more fun for him. Plus, the music isn’t too terribly annoying ;)

10. Boppy Pillow – SO MANY USES! It’s a must for breastfeeding, but it’s also great for propping up in the crib, tummy time, as a sitting up assist, and anything else you can think of!

11. Rock’n’Play Sleeper – Graeme is only in it when he’s sleeping at night but buddy, he sleeps SO great in it – has since day one of being home from the hospital. It’s small enough to travel with and to sit in our bedroom (where he sleeps) but big enough for him to sleep in until he starts sitting up on his own. And it hugs him better than any other type of in room sleeper that’s I’ve ever seen.

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Ah, the quality of phone photos! But I’ll take that over lugging around my heavy camera or not having any images from our stay in Pensacola Beach… Graeme’s first road trip/first vacation/first time at the beach/first a lot of things.

We left after Graeme’s in-the-middle-of-the-night feeding (which ended up being around 5am) the morning of Saturday, July 11th. My dad (Papaw), my mom (Mimi), Neil, myself, and Graeme fit perfectly (with all of our stuff and Graeme’s toys, etc) in my dad’s Suburban and we all rode comfortably, except Graeme who hated being in the car seat let alone being in the car for as long as we were… A 9 hour drive took us 14 hours. At least an hour of that time was taken up by awful bumper to bumper standstill traffic on the interstate in Alabama. The rest taken up by stopping to nurse Graeme and feed ourselves, stopping when Graeme just COULD NOT be in the car seat any longer, and stopping to get Graeme asleep so that he wouldn’t know he was in the car seat. I won’t lie – while we were stopped in the God-awful traffic in Alabama, we actually got him out of the car seat just to give him a break.

I tend to get car sick if I look anywhere but out the front window while riding so I rode in the back with Graeme while he slept so I could shush him back to sleep if a bump in the road woke him up. While Graeme was awake and happy – which didn’t happen often or for long – Neil and my mom took turns entertaining him. Honestly, knowing how much he hates riding in his car seat, Graeme did better than I thought he would. We arrived at our condo on a private beach on Pensacola Beach around 7:30pm Saturday evening.

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Before we even unloaded the car, we checked out the beach that was right in front of our condo. Gorgeous, you guys. I’ve never stayed as close to the water before. I wanted to see it for myself, but more importantly, I wanted to see Graeme see it. Not that he’s old enough for it to matter, but you know.

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The next morning we attended a church my mom had found over the internet – Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church – at their campus called Worship on the Water! How cool!! We sat at picnic tables under umbrellas and listened to a young youth pastor preach on Psalm 23. Later that night we ate at the only restaurant within walking distance from our condo (because we promised Graeme we wouldn’t put him back in his car seat for a few days) – Peg Leg Pete’s. It was good so we ate there again Monday night.

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We bought a inflatable ducky bathtub for the vacation and I would say that Graeme loved it – which you can’t tell by his face in the picture below…

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My mom brought her paddle board along so on Monday morning, the only day Neil and I spent any significant amount of time on the beach, Neil paddled around while I relaxed in the beach chair. I may or may not have purposefully gotten a tad (read: a lot) pink.

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Neil and I had our date night Tuesday evening at the original McGuire’s Irish Pub. We’ve eaten at the Destin location many times so it was cool to eat at the Pensacola location.

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Saturday night Graeme slept through his in-the-middle-of-the-night feeding. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday night he slept his normal schedule (only waking up once to eat). Wednesday and Thursday night, however, he woke up every 2 or so hours. Wednesday night he actually stayed awake for over an hour, which led to Neil and myself half-asleep playing with him.

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And finally, one last walk on the beach Thursday late afternoon for myself and Neil. It was lovely to have some time alone with him and incredibly sweet of my parents for watching Graeme while we had it.

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The sweetest, most God-centered people you will ever meet – that’s whose wedding I photographed this past Saturday and it was more than an honor to be even the smallest part of their relationship. Devan is in Pursuit Paducah with me, which is how I met her, and I loved her right from the start! Soon after she joined in January, she and Blake got engaged and began planning their wedding for July. I was incredibly thrilled for them and couldn’t not practically BEG to be their photographer.

We first did a Save the Date session, where I met Blake and instantly loved him as well. Then came their engagement session where I was able to spend more time with them and truly fall in love with them as a couple. It’s amazing to me how some things, like bringing together these two amazing people, God never leaves to chance.

A few favorite things about Devan & Blake’s wedding day… our lovely Pursuit Paducah friend, Brooke, did the girls’ makeup, the abundant natural light and overall look of Devan’s “getting ready” room, Blake’s reaction and Devan’s giddiness during their first look, and last but not least, their obvious adoration for each other! Enjoy their beautiful day!

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Vicki Hargrove Sauvage -

Beautiful pictures !!!

First Missionary Baptist Church -

Congratulations! I enjoyed looking at all the fabulous pictures. God Bless you, Blake & Devan!!!

Linda Combs -

What a beautiful, beautiful wedding, Devan!! You’re a gorgeous bride!!

Steve-Scheila Barrett -

BEAUTIFUL!!

Nancy Zander -

Absolutely wonderful!

Connie Williams Smith -

Beautiful

Mary Lou Fraliex -

Beautiful!

Eva Watson -

Beautiful couple. God Bless.

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Graeme is 3 months old!!! Well, he was on the first of the month! Haha! To say I’m a little behind would be a major understatement…

A quick update and then I’ll move on to all things Graeme: On June 30th, my beloved 5 year old Macbook Pro’s logic board died. It took me several days to figure out WHY my computer would no longer turn on, past the logo and loading page. Several trips to Nashville’s Apple Store and it was shipped off to be fixed, free of charge! But that has left me without a computer or programs to work on. Bummer! And because I’d heard and read that once the logic board starts to fail, other things start to go as well, I gave in a purchased a new Macbook Pro. The life of any regularly used computer is around 7-10 years. The life of a frequently used computer is 5-7 years. The life of a photographer’s computer is apparently 5 years. Anyway, here I am, blogging on my new computer (LOVING IT btw!) and waiting to pick up my old computer and get a few things off of it that I need in order to resume work (programs, etc). Don’t worry all you faithful clients – your images are safe and sound on my external hard drive AND on the cloud :)

Around 3 and 4 months is when babies transition from eating every 3 hours to eating every 4 hours. Right now, Graeme is doing a little of both! His schedule is finally predictable so I thought I’d share.

Graeme’s 3 Month Schedule:

7:30 Good morning! Graeme wakes up and is all smiles! I sing him our Good Morning (a song I made up) song while we head to the nursery and I unswaddle him. Nurse for about 15 minutes on each side, diaper change in between boobs, hang out on my hip while I fix my breakfast, sit in my lap on the back porch while I eat said breakfast, tummy time for only a few minutes because he still hates it while I encourage him to not hate it so much, play on his musical play mat for 10-15 minutes while I clean up the kitchen, sit in his bumbo and/or his bouncy seat in his room while I put up his laundry or in my room while I put up my laundry (there’s always someone’s laundry to put up!)

9:15 He starts to show “sleepy cues”, i.e. rubbing his eyes with his fists, yawning, more fussing, less talking. I let him do this for several minutes because, at 3 months, he’s not to the point where he’ll fall asleep on his own and he just gets mad if I try to get him asleep too soon. When it’s clear he’s no longer interested in anything, I change his diaper, turn the AC fan to on (instead of auto), and hold him chest to chest while I bounce-walk him up and down the hallway (which is where the AC vent filter fan thing is). Sometimes he’ll fuss for a few minutes, sometimes he’ll quiet down immediately and drift off to sleep. I wait a minute or so before I attempt to lay him down in his crib. Sometimes it only takes one attempt, sometimes he wakes up as soon as he touches the sheet so I pick him back up and hold him for a minute to get him back asleep. Nap time routine takes 5-15 minutes, depending. For naps, he sleeps in his crib on his stomach. OH MY GOODNESS before you all freak out, we have this wonderful thing called an Angel Care monitor that monitors his breathing and sounds an alarm if no movement is detected for 20 seconds. It’s the best thing ever and I would highly suggest it even if your baby does sleep well on their backs, which mine doesn’t :/ It’s definitely a peace of mind thing.

While he naps, I pump, get dressed, and start the laundry.

10:00 Graeme wakes up and fusses for a minute or two. One of the cons to napping on his stomach and not being able to roll over yet when he wakes up. He’ll get there! I know he’s hungry so I nurse him. If there are errands to be ran, we run them. If not, it’s more tummy time and musical play mat time. If he gets bored with playing but isn’t acting sleepy yet, I prop him up on the couch and we “talk”. He LOVES face-to-face time!

12:00 Nap time! It’s the same routine, as before: diaper change, turn AC fan to on, walk in the hallway until he falls asleep, lay him down on his stomach in his crib.

While he naps, I fix and eat lunch, do laundry, and work on the computer.

2:00 Graeme’s awake! I nurse him, change his diaper (if needed), and he stays laying on his changing pad while I stand beside him and read to him. Once he gets bored with that we’ll do more tummy time, play mat time, and face-to-face time.

4:00 Nap.

While he naps, I do laundry, prep dinner, and/or work on the computer.

5:00 Graeme wakes up to nurse and then it’s play time with daddy! He LOVES “talking” to his daddy! I finish up dinner and Neil and I take turns eating and playing with Graeme.

7:30 Now that we’re approaching bed time, I nurse him again. If it’s not too hot but still light enough outside, the three of us will take a walk with Graeme in his stroller. After our walk, it’s more play time with daddy.

8:45 Bed time routine: 10 minute bath, dry off in towel while I nurse him on one side, rub down with lotion, clean diaper, clean onesie, swaddle, and nurse on the other side. He usually falls asleep on the breast so all I have to do it is lay him in his rock’n’play in our bedroom.

He’ll wake up for a night feeding around 3:30 and promptly falls back asleep on the breast after nursing for 30 minutes.

Big changes between 2 months and 3 months: He’s started to lose his hair! He’s sporting more of a mohawk now with some hair still hanging on for dear life above his neck. Every morning he wakes up with less and less. It looks pitiful you guys. I know it’s normal but I love love loved his beautiful hair :( He’s drooling up a storm and chewing on our fingers and a few toys so we think teething is well on its way! I recently bought a raw amber necklace for him to wear and I’m crossing my fingers it works for him. In mid June I switched out his 0-3 month wardrobe for his 3-6 month wardrobe and it broke my heart! My little baby is not so little anymore! I’m over it now but it seriously goes by SO fast, you don’t realize it until it’s already happened.

In his 2 month blog post, I mentioned transitioning him from napping in my arms to napping in the crib. SUCCESS! What we’re working on this month is getting him to play by himself for longer periods of time. Wish us luck!

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Both of my babies slept on their stomachs. They absolutely would not even consider sleeping on their backs.

This is the year I photograph weddings in the Western Kentucky/Southern Illinois area for couples who live hours and hours away but wish to return to their hometowns to celebrate the most important day in their young lives thus far. It would be a lie if I said it didn’t want to travel to them, however I am more than honored to be their photographer no matter where they wed!

Let me see if I remember this correctly… Truett and his family are from Texas, as are Kayley’s mom and her family, while Kayley’s dad and his family are from Evansville. Kayley was raised in Evansville but now live in Texas, which is how she met Truett. It is clear as day that Kayley & Truett were meant to be and I just love how fate and God has brought them together.

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Kim Gunn -

Absolutely beautiful

Neysia Lea Wilson -

Beautiful pictures!!!!! I am so happy you shared them!!!