06 Mar


Capturing the Little Moments

Mamas, I don’t have to tell you how quickly time flies by and how important capturing the little moments are. Because before you know it, those babies you rocked are toddlers getting into everything, then off to school, and then graduating highschool, then college. Cue all the emotions and grab the tissues. 😭

It’s because time is fleeting, that I believe the everyday is worth capturing. And those end up being the images that you love the most. Family pictures from a professional are great, but (like instagram) are not always a true depiction of your real life, your family, your kids.

Life isn’t always matching outfits and smiles. Kids are messy and wild.

I want to remember my kids playing with their toys in miss matched pajamas because THEY dressed themselves. I want to remember my daughter skipping to the park with her best friend and so excited to swing on the swings. I want to remember my baby barely fitting in the bumbo but LOVING rice cereal and sweet potatoes.

Motherhood is about loving the everyday life. Finding beauty in the everyday of life. Loving the journey and treasuring the tiny humans that you get to look after.

Capturing Little Moments Like a Pro

If you’re reading this thinking, “Okay Brooke, but how do I take better photos of my kids?” Well, I’ve got just the thing for you! In no time, you’ll be capturing little moments to post to social media that will look like you hired… well, me! 😉

Click the image below easy-to-understand tips on how to take better photos of your family (with your iPhones AND cameras!), and you’ll find yourself capturing little moments like a pro in no time!



Capturing Little Moments Examples

Okay, before I get too overly emotional with you, I wanted to share some of my favorite moments that I’ve captured that weren’t posed for a photographer, but just a mom capturing little moments to cherish forever. Between this gallery and the guide, I hope this gives you plenty of inspo and the confidence to start capturing little moments in your own home. Cherish this time, this age, you can’t get it back.



There are so many moments you’re going to want to capture as your kids grow up and finding new and creative ways to can be a little difficult. But don’t worry, I’ve got you! I created a list of 30 fun and creative photos for you to take of your kids and am giving you that list for FREE! Just click the image below to get it sent straight to your inbox!